AMSR-E/AMSR2 Unified L3 Daily 6.25 km Polar Gridded 89 GHz Brightness Temperatures, Version 1 (AU_SI6)
Data set:
AU_SI6
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Overview

The AMSR-E/AMSR2 Unified Level-3 6.25 km product includes brightness temperatures at 89.0 GHz. Data are mapped to a polar stereographic grid at a spatial resolution of 6.25 km for the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. This product uses the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) AMSR2 Level-1R input brightness temperatures that are calibrated (unified) across the JAXA AMSR-E and AMSR2 Level-1R products.
Data Contributor(s):
  • Walter
    Meier
  • Josefino 'Joey'
    Comiso
  • Thorsten
    Markus
Parameter(s):
BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURE MICROWAVE IMAGERY
Platform(s):
GCOM-W1
Sensor(s):
AMSR2
Data Format(s):
HDF-EOS5
Temporal Coverage:
2 July 2012 to present
Temporal Resolution:
Spatial Resolution:
6.25 km
6.25 km
Spatial Coverage:
N:
89.24
S:
30.98
E:
180
W:
-180
N:
-39.23
S:
-89.24
E:
180
W:
-180

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