Special Issue "Advances in Retrieval, Operationalization, Monitoring and Application of Sea Surface Temperature II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 October 2022 | Viewed by 2230
Interests: applying high resolution remote sensing data to coastal studies; validation of satellite derived sea surface temperature data sets; development and analysis of climate data records statistical modeling of remote sensing data; improvement in quality of sea surface temperature data records
Sea Surface Temperature (SST) products derived from satellites are constantly being improved.
This leads to advances in their use for research and applications. Many products are available operationally in near real time, which allows for monitoring of Marine Heat Waves and impacts on biodiversity. Improvements in cloud masking and resolution have led to further advances in applications to coastal regions.
We are looking for manuscripts that focus on how advances in retrieval algorithms have increased the use of SST products. Specific examples would be advances in retrieval algorithms that have enhanced the operationalization of the products and their use for monitoring the world’s oceans. Manuscripts that detail the advances in the SST product and how they are related to the application/monitoring/operationlization are very much encouraged.
Dr. Jorge Vazquez
Dr. Eileen Maturi
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- sea surface temperature (SST) retrieval algorithm
- SST operational production
- Marine heat waves monitoring
- temperature anomaly effects on marine biodiversity
- cloud detection
- validation, monitoring and error characterization of SST