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Sea Surface Salinity: Research Challenges and Opportunities

AutorHalpern, David; Lagerloef, Gary; Font, Jordi
Fecha de publicaciónnov-2012
CitaciónCGMS-40 NASA-WP-04: WGII/9 (2012)
ResumenSea surface salinity (SSS) can be important in regulating sea surface temperature (SST). Two technological breakthrough satellite SSS missions, Aquarius and Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS), are currently producing high-quality SSS data. This paper provides an overview of the importance of SSS for weather and climate applications and describes the Aquarius and SMOS missions. The newness of adequately sampled SSS data prompted a first-time at-sea field campaign devoted to improved understanding of SSS variations
DescripciónMeeting ont the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Coordination Group for Meteorological Satellites (CGMS), 5-8 November 2012, Lugano, Switzerland
Versión del editorhttp://cwpt.eumetsat.int/views/wpapersearch.jsf
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