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D CV-20-05: standards and metrics for scatterometers and wind retrievals
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Number:
CV-20-05
Title:
standards and metrics for scatterometers and wind retrievals
Status:
Open
Creation Year:
2020
Completion Date:
2022 Q2 (284 days remaining)
Description:

The standards and metrics for scatterometers and wind retrievals defines the standards and metrics to enable cross calibration as well as comparison between scatterometers and wind retrieval approaches;including development of guidelines and standards for calibration and validation of radar scatterometer for ocean surface winds;development and validation of algorithms and methods for scatterometer calibration using global ocean NWP data and natural terrestrial targets;development of metrics for quality of scatterometer and wind data products;and identifying and organizing data for calibration and cross-calibration of radar scatterometer for ocean surface vector wind. The main outcomes will be three international standards and framework for cooperation concerning the above scopes;and the protocol for virtual constellation cooperation endorsed by the CEOS WGCV.

Link to GEO Work Programme:
External Reference:
Responsible Users:
kuze.akihiko@jaxa.jp
Responsible CEOS Entities:
WGCV
Contributing Agencies:
NOAA/NESDIS, NSSC of CAS, ISRO, NUIST, EUMETSAT, NSOAS, ICM-CSIC, KNMI
Progress Reports:
2020-09-04 21:09:32 UTC
new task
| 2021-08-14 22:17:44 UTC

Reported progresses on CEOS Work Plan action CV-20-05 by X. Dong on Day 2, June 20 of WGCV-49 meeting.

Discussion during IGARSS 2021, further confirmation of more data availability, and an investigation into the use of the recently launched HY-2C/D satellites
(with inclined orbits) for cross-calibration.

Proposed a half-year extension (wrap-up by June 2022) due to the lack of meeting opportunities over the last year and a half.

Comments:
| 2021-02-02 21:12:57 UTC
Responsible User: Dong, Xiaolong
Actions:
Created:
2020-09-04 21:09:32 UTC
Last Updated:
2021-08-25 02:58:12 UTC