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Group Photo - JPSS Data Reprocessing Meeting - May 17, 2016

Group Photo - JPSS Data Reprocessing Meeting - May 17, 2016

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NOAA Workshop on JPSS Life-Cycle
Data Reprocessing to Advance
Weather and Climate Applications

When:
May 17-18, 2016
Where:
Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
5825 University Research Court, Suite 4102
College Park, MD 20740-3823
Who:
By Invitation / remote access for overflow attendees

The theme for this technical meeting is to, "Maximize and optimize JPSS data applications through SDR and EDR reprocessing". The goals for the meeting are to better understand the Suomi NPP sensor data anomalies since satellite launch, to develop the plans for and/or to report the progress in JPSS data reprocessing as we are preparing for next year’s launch of the JPSS-1 satellite. Through this meeting we plan to accomplish the following objectives:

  1. Understand Suomi NPP instrument and sensor data performance and prepare our readiness for JPSS-1 launch and post-launch activities;
  2. Develop baseline approaches, schedule and plans for SDR and EDR reprocessing;
  3. Demonstrate the improved and advanced calval algorithms for reprocessing applications;
  4. Understand the potential impacts of the reprocessed Suomi NPP data on NOAA operations.

Information on the agenda, registration, and other logistics will be available in the upcoming weeks. Since this meeting has limited in-person room capacity, anyone not invited is encouraged to participate remotely via WebEx and conference call.


Contact:

Ken Carey (ken.carey@ertcorp.com) or Tom Atkins (tom.atkins@noaa.gov) if you have any questions or comments.


Meeting Materials




high level meeting agenda

high level meeting agenda
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Special Thanks to ESSIC and CICS

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Special thanks to ESSIC and CICS for graciously hosting this meeting in their offices at the M Square Building.


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