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1. Tropical Cyclone Information System - Analysis Tool [NASA_JPL_HTOOL]
The NASA JPL Tropical Cyclone Information System (TCIS) brings together satellite and in situ data sets from various sources to help you find information for a particular tropical cyclone over the ...

2. HIgh-level Tool for Interactive Data Extraction (HITIDE) [NASA_JPL_PODAAC_hitide]
The HIgh-level Tool for Interactive Data Extraction (HITIDE) is a web-based interface facilitating the search, imaging, and extraction of select Level 2 "swath" data products from PO.DAAC's archive. ...

3. SeaWinds 3D Slice Response Software [BYU_slice_response]
Imaging applications of SeaWinds on QuikSCAT and ADEOS II are facilitated by applying reconstruction and resolution enhancement algorithms to produce high resolution images of the surface normalized ...

4. SeaWinds Xshape Software [BYU_Xshape]
Imaging applications of SeaWinds on QuikSCAT and ADEOS II are facilitated by applying reconstruction and resolution enhancement algorithms to produce high resolution images of the surface normalized ...

5. GoMOOS: Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System [GoMOOS]
The accuracy and timeliness of coastal and ocean predictions that could help mitigate the effects of large-scale ocean phenomena have been constrained by an incomplete understanding of ocean processes. ...

6. Hurricane Watch - Studying a Storm from Many Angles [NASA_JPL_HURRICANE_WATCH]
Hurricane Watch is a web-based interactive and educational resources that explains how to study hurricanes from multiple vantage points. Cloud temperature, cloud top heights, ocean wind speed, satellite ...

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