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A comparison between sea surface temperature measurements from satellite NOAA 4 and from airborne radiometer ARIES

Abstract : Measurements of sea surface temperatures (SST) in the Gulf of Lions, obtained by the satellite “NOAA 4” sensor VHRR and by the airborne radiometer “Aries”, are presented and compared. The results reveal the reliability of the VHRR data in the range 16-20.5°C, the degree of accuracy being within 0.5°C of the relative temperatures, despite a malfunctioning of the “NOAA 4” VHRR.
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Michel Albuisson, Louis Pontier, Lucien Wald. A comparison between sea surface temperature measurements from satellite NOAA 4 and from airborne radiometer ARIES. Oceanologica Acta, Elsevier, 1979, 2 (1), pp.1-4. ⟨hal-00464104⟩

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