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Observational Needs of Sea Surface Temperature

Abstract : Observational Needs of Sea Surface Temperature (such as the need for sustained continuity of passive microwave SST using a 6.9 GHz channel), and conclude with needs to achieve an integrated global high-resolution SST observing system, with focus on satellite observations exploited in conjunction with in situ SSTs. The paper directly relates to the theme of Data Information Systems and also contributes to Ocean Observing Governance and Ocean Technology and Networks within the OceanObs2019 objectives. Applications of SST contribute to all the seven societal benefits, covering Discovery; Ecosystem Health & Biodiversity; Climate Variability & Change; Water, Food, & Energy Security; Pollution & Human Health; Hazards and Maritime Safety; and the Blue Economy.
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Anne O’carroll, Edward Armstrong, Helen Beggs, Marouan Bouali, Kenneth Casey, et al.. Observational Needs of Sea Surface Temperature. Frontiers in Marine Science, Frontiers Media, 2019, 6, ⟨10.3389/fmars.2019.00420⟩. ⟨meteo-03376399⟩

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