GLOBTEMPERATURE

an ESA DUE initiative

 

International LST and Emissivity Group

The International Land Surface Temperature and Emissivity Working Group (ILSTE-WG) aims to provide advice and recommendations to the wider scientific and user communities on the best practices for retrieval, validation and exploitation of Land Surface Temperature (LST), Ice Surface Temperature (IST), Lake Surface Water Temperature (LSWT), and Land Surface Emissivity (LSE).

More information: http://ilste-wg.org/

Period of report: December 2017

The main activities in this reporting period can be summarised as follows

  • First draft of report on the Joint UCM with the H2020 EUSTACE Project
  • First draft of Validation Report V3.0 in review
  • Extensive intercomparison matchups and analysis for all GlobTemperature datasets and leading operational datasets
  • UoC responded to reviewers comments and resubmitted paper
  • NRT demonstration continues to operate in a routine manner
  • All software for the GlobTemperature Sentinel-3 is now working on the CTCP and automation is in progress

 

Period of report: November 2017

The main activities in this reporting period can be summarised as follows

  • Joint UCM with the H2020 EUSTACE Project:
    • The workshop took place Monday 27th to Wednesday 29th November in Lisbon and was considered a big success by both projects to bring the two related communities together
    • The workshop attracted 43 participants in person and 2 remote participants
  • Finalisation of the validation and intercomparisons reports
  • Paper on cloud detection uncertainties from CCRR outcomes near submission
  • NRT demonstration continues to operate in a routine manner
  • Processing of the GlobTemperature Sentinel-3 Level-2 and Level-3 products have begun

 

Period of report: October 2017

The main activities in this reporting period can be summarised as follows

  • Arrangements proceeding well for the Joint UCM with the H2020 EUSTACE Project:
    • Registrations and abstracts received, evaluated, and confirmed with presenters
    • 57 registrations to date, expect to have ~50 of these attend
  • Finalisation of the validation and intercomparisons matchups for the reports
  • Paper on cloud detection uncertainties from CCRR outcomes near submission
  • Paper on the GlobTemperature ATSR dataset accepted for publication

 

Period of report: September 2017

The main activities in this reporting period can be summarised as follows

  • Arrangements proceeding well for the Joint UCM with the H2020 EUSTACE Project:
    • Registrations and abstracts received and being evaluated
    • 49 registrations to date
  • Extensive validation and intercomparisons with the large number of additional matchups
  • NRT demonstration
    • Operational
    • Quicklooks being generated
  • Paper on cloud detection uncertainties being written from CCRR outcomes

Period of report: July-August 2017

The main activities in this reporting period can be summarised as follows:

  • Arrangements proceeding well for the Joint UCM with the H2020 EUSTACE Project:
    • Registrations and abstracts received and being evaluated
  • Upload to FTP server of additional 2016 data for GlobTemperature-MODIS (Terra + Aqua)
  • Development and processing of improved ATSR-2 and AATSR products (V2.1)
  • Satellite extractions and matchups for new LEO products, operational products, and additional 2016 data
  • UCS#1 paper has now been accepted for publication
  • NRT demonstration
    • GEO, LEO and GEO+LEO NRT products ready and first products uploaded to FTP Server for subsequent dissemination