ATSR2/AATSR Validation Results at Lake Tahoe CA/NV, USA. Hook, S. J., F. J. Prata, A. Abtahi, R. E. Alley, R.. C. Richards and S. G. Schladow. Outline. Review of Validation Activities Location Site Characteristics In situ measurements Reductions and analysis of in situ data. Results
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Hook, S. J., F. J. Prata, A. Abtahi, R. E. Alley, R.. C. Richards and S. G. Schladow
Sensitivity Analysis for Correction of Radiometric Temperature to Skin Temperature
In Flight Validation Accuracy of MOD02 and ASTER1B Products for Mission Thus Far
In order to provide a dataset suitable for long-term climate monitoring it is necessary to ensure the instrument and products remain calibrated and validated over the entire mission, not just a few months. In several cases, spaceborne instruments have been identified where the calibration drifts over time or software changes have resulted in changes in product accuracy. Current plans call for the continued calibration and validation of several EOS instruments and and products using Lake Tahoe. Strongly recommend validation continue for the duration of the ATSR mission at Lake Tahoe if available resources.