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JCSDA Roadmap (2009-2016) 800KB PDF

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Mission:

To accelerate and improve the quantitative use of research and operational satellite data in weather, ocean, climate and environmental analysis and prediction systems.

Science Priorities:

  • Radiative transfer modeling
  • Preparation for assimilation of data from new instruments
  • Assimilation of humidity, clouds, and precipitation observations
  • Assimilation of land surface observations
  • Assimilation of ocean surface observations
  • Atmospheric composition, chemistry and aerosol


Projects Spanning Current and Near-Term Goals:

  • POES N18/N19 (AMSU, MHS)
  • DMSP
  • MetOp-A (AMSU, MHS)
  • COSMIC
  • GOES-O-P
  • JASON
  • POES (AVHRR)
  • AIRS
  • MODIS
  • Jason-2
  • GOME
  • FY3
  • GOSAT
  • OceanSAT-2
  • SMOS

Projects Spanning Near-Term to Long-Term Goals:

  • MetOp-B(AMSU, MHS)
  • MetOp-B (IASI, ASCAT, AVHRR)
  • NPP (ATMS, CrIS, VIIRS)
  • Aquarius
  • MSG-3
  • ADM
  • SMAP
  • GCOM-W
  • Jason-3
  • GPM

Projects Spanning Long-Term Goals:

  • GOES-R
  • MetOp-C (AMSU, MHS)
  • MetOp-C (IASI, ASCAT, AVHRR)
  • NPOESS (CrIS, ATMS, VIIRS)
  • OMPS
  • COSMIC Follow-On
 
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