The report outlines key elements to consider in designing a program to create climate-quality data from satellites. It examines historical attempts to create climate data records, provides advice on steps for generating, re-analyzing, and storing satellite climate data, and discusses the importance of partnering between agencies, academia, and industry. NOAA will use this report--the first in a two-part study--to draft an implementation plan for climate data records.
Table of Contents
|2 Lessons Learned from Previous Programs||19-44|
|3 Elements of a Successful Satellite CDR Generation Program||45-62|
|4 Data Management Requirements||63-80|
|5 Partnerships Essential for Implementation||81-94|
|6 Conclusions and Recommendations||95-102|
|A Workshop Agenda and Participants||107-110|
|B Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||111-116|
|C Acronyms and Initialisms||117-122|
|D EOSDIS Lessons Learned||123-130|
|E Previous NRC Recommendations||131-136|
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