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Review of the CALIMAS Team Contributions to European Space Agency's Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity Mission Calibration and Validation

AuthorsCamps, Adriano ; Font, Jordi ; Portabella, Marcos ; Ballabrera-Poy, Joaquim ; González, Verónica ; Fernández Gallego, Pedro; Gabarró, Carolina ; Gourrion, Jérôme ; Guimbard, Sébastien ; Martínez, Justino ; Pérez, Fernando ; Salvador, Joaquín ; Turiel, Antonio ; Rius Jordán, Antonio; Ribó Vedrilla, Serni
KeywordsRadiometry
Interferometry
Calibration
Validation
Imaging
Radio frequency interference
Ocean salinity
Soil moisture
Pixel disaggregation
GNSS-R
SMOS
Issue DateMay-2012
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationRemote Sensing 4(5): 1272-1309 (2012)
AbstractThis work summarizes the activities carried out by the SMOS (Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity) Barcelona Expert Center (SMOS-BEC) team in conjunction with the CIALE/Universidad de Salamanca team, within the framework of the European Space Agency (ESA) CALIMAS project in preparation for the SMOS mission and during its first year of operation. Under these activities several studies were performed, ranging from Level 1 (calibration and image reconstruction) to Level 4 (land pixel disaggregation techniques, by means of data fusion with higher resolution data from optical/infrared sensors). Validation of SMOS salinity products by means of surface drifters developed ad-hoc, and soil moisture products over the REMEDHUS site (Zamora, Spain) are also presented. Results of other preparatory activities carried out to improve the performance of eventual SMOS follow-on missions are presented, including GNSS-R to infer the sea state correction needed for improved ocean salinity retrievals and land surface parameters. Results from CALIMAS show a satisfactory performance of the MIRAS instrument, the accuracy and efficiency of the algorithms implemented in the ground data processors, and explore the limits of spatial resolution of soil moisture products using data fusion, as well as the feasibility of GNSS-R techniques for sea state determination and soil moisture monitoring
DescriptionCamps, Adriano ... et al.-- 38 pages, 22 figures
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/rs4051272
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/87093
DOI10.3390/rs4051272
Identifiersdoi: 10.3390/rs4051272
issn: 2072-4292
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