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1. Antarctic iceberg sizes and spatial distribution from SAR image analysis - Map [AAD_Ant_iceberg_SAR]
This map shows the distribution of the iceberg data extracted from ERS SAR images. Icebergs are identified in Synthetic Aperture Radar [SAR] images by image analysis using the texture and intensity ...


2. The maximum extent of sea ice in the southern hemisphere by day and by winter season [sea_ice_extent_winter]
These data give the maximum extent of sea ice in the southern hemisphere by day and by winter season and the mean maximum extent by month. Data cover the 1979/1980 to 2007/2008 seasons. The ...


3. BOREAS HYD-02 ESTIMATED SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT (SWE) FROM MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS [BOREAS_H02SWED]
The surface meteorological data collected at the BOREAS tower and ancillary sites are being used as inputs to an energy balance model to monitor the amount of snow storage in the boreal forest region. ...


4. Digital Pictures of snow surface taken from Microwave Radiometers during the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_7]
Microwave radiometers were operated continuously. Digital camera was mounted on the microwave radiometers. Picture of snow surface condition was taken every 1 second entirely along the JASE traverse. ...


5. ADEOS2/AMSR Data Set(JAXA/EOC) [ND02002]
Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer(AMSR) will observe various physical content concerning water (H2O) by receiving weak microwaves to be naturally radiated from the Earth's surface and atmosphere ...


6. AMSR Algorithm Intercomparison Data Set CD-ROM [ND02005]
NASDA's Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) has prepared several match up data sets of SSM/I and in situ data. These will be used for comparisons among each PI's algorithm. EORC will use the ...


7. MSR Data from JAXA Japan [ND01004]
As a parabolic antenna revolves, the microwave scanning radiometer (MSR) continuously scans the earth surface conically for a width of 317 km. During this process, the MSR receives weak radio waves ...


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