Approach to enhance trace gas determinations through multi-satellite data fusion
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Approach to enhance trace gas determinations through multi-satellite data fusion

  • Published Date:

    2020

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    Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 14(4)
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Approach to enhance trace gas determinations through multi-satellite data fusion
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    The imaging instruments on the polar-orbiting S-NPP and NOAA-20 satellite platforms [e.g., Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS)] and on geostationary GOES and Himawari platforms [e.g., Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) and Advanced Himawari Imager (AHI)] have high horizontal spatial resolution but coarse vertical information about tropospheric gases and temperatures. An approach for fusing a high spatial resolution imager (e.g., VIIRS, ABI, and AHI) and a high information content sounder or trace gas monitor [e.g., Cross-track Infrared Sounder (CrIS) and TROPOspheric Monitoring Instrument (TROPOMI)] offers the opportunity to construct retrieval products (e.g., trace gas concentrations of CO, SO2, and NH3) via product fusion at high spatial resolution. Furthermore, these products can also be provided at high temporal resolution when geostationary imager (ABI and AHI) data are used in the product fusion. Promising results from VIIRS/CrIS, VIIRS/TROPOMI, and AHI/TROPOMI fusion are presented.
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