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  • GCOM-C DATA

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480369-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function.

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: GCOM-C_JAXA Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480369-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI 3L3 Aerosol optical thickness over land (near UV)

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480358-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Optical thickness over land of aerosol. Process level: Level-3B, Level-3M resolution: 1/12degree Spatial coverage: global Temporal coverage: 1-Day, 8-Day, 1-Month Product Unit : dimensionless quantity

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L3-AOTL Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480358-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L1A Shortwave Infrared Thermal Infrared

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480098-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Satellite-observed Radiances. Process level: Level-1A resolution: 250m,500m,1km Spatial coverage: Scene Product Unit : dimensionless quantity

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L1A-SWI and TIR Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480098-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L1A Visible and Near Infrared (Non-Polarization)

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480084-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Satellite-observed Non-Polarization Radiances. Process level: Level-1A resolution: 250m,500m,1km Spatial coverage: Scene Product Unit : dimensionless quantity

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L1A-Visible and Near Infrared,VNR Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480084-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L1A Visible and Near Infrared (Polarization)

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480090-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Satellite-observed Polarization Radiances. Process level: Level-1A resolution:1km Spatial coverage: Half path Product Unit : dimensionless quantity

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L1A-Visible and Near Infrared,POL Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480090-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L1B Shortwave Infrared Thermal Infrared

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480109-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Satellite-observed radiances which are radiometrically and geometrically corrected with inter-band registration. Process level: Level-1B resolution: 250m,500m,1km Spatial coverage: Scene Product Unit : W/m2/um/sr

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L1B-SWI and TIR Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480109-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L1B Visible and Near Infrared (Non-Polarization)

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480104-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Satellite-observed radiances which are radiometrically and geometrically corrected with inter-band registration. Process level: Level-1B resolution: 250m,500m,1km Spatial coverage: Scene Product Unit : W/m2/um/sr

    Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:
    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L1B-Visible and Near Infrared,VNR Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480104-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L1B Visible and Near Infrared (Polarization)

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480108-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Satellite-observed radiances which are radiometrically and geometrically corrected with inter-band registration. Process level: Level-1B resolution: 1km Spatial coverage: Half path Product Unit: W/m2/um/sr

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L1B-Visible and Near Infrared,POL Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480108-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L2 Aerosol by Polarization

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480182-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the angstrom exponent, and clssification of aerosol estimated using polarization bands. Process level: Level-2 resolution: 1km Spatial coverage: Tile Temporal coverage: 1-Day Product Unit : dimensionless quantity

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L2-ARPL Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480182-JAXA

  • GCOM-C/SGLI L2 Aerosol over the ocean-Land aerosol by near ultra violet

    https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1582480181-JAXA.xml
    Description:

    GCOM-C conducts long-term and continuous global observation and data collection to elucidate the mechanism behind fluctuations in radiation budget and carbon cycle needed to make accurate projections regarding future temperature rise. At the same time, cooperating with research institutions having a climate numerical model, it contributes to reduction of errors in temperature rise prediction derived from the climate numerical model and improvement of accuracy of prediction of various environmental changes.SGLI mounted on GCOM-C is the succession sensor of the Global Imager (GLI) mounted on ADEOS-II (MIDORI II) and is the Imaging Radiometer which measures the radiation from near-ultraviolet to thermal infrared region (380 nm-12 um) in 19 channels Global observation of once for approximately every two days is possible at mid-latitude near Japan by observation width at ground greater than 1,000 km. In addition, SGLI realizes high resolution than the similar global sensor and has a polarized observation function and a multi-angle observation function. This product is the Aerosol over the ocean & Land aerosol by near-UV. Process level: Level-2 resolution: 1km Spatial coverage: Tile Temporal coverage: 1-Day Product Unit : dimensionless quantity

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    Minimum Bounding Rectangle: -90 -180 90 180

    JAXA Short Name: L2-ARNP Version ID: LatestVersion Unique ID: C1582480181-JAXA