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RS data can be used to provide continental coverage and is capable of providing additional spatial and temporal fire information to improve fire emission estimations. In addition to burned area, RS can provide “snapshots” of fire dynamics information (starting and ending dates and daily spread), and spatial heterogeneity. The authors discuss that the best strategy is to combine conventional and satellite data to maximize their utility for fire emission estimation. Yimin Ji and Erich Stocker review fire algorithms, products, and applications that have been developed at NASA’s TRMM Science Data and Information System (TSDIS) in Chapter 19.

SpringerVerlag and Tsinghua University Press (This publicatioin) Chiu LS, Shin D-B, Kwiatkowski J (2006) Surface Rain Rates from TRMM Satellite Algorithms. In: Qu, Gao, Kafatos, Murphy and Salomonson (eds) Earth Science Satellite Remote Sensing: Vol 1. Springer-Verlag and Tsinghua University Press (This publication) Chu DA, Remer L (2006) MODIS Observation of Aerosol Loading from 2000 to 2004. In: Qu, Gao, Kafatos, Murphy and Salomonson (eds) Earth Science Satellite Remote Sensing: 9 Menas Kafatos and John J.

1998). In addition, to partially compensate for the loss of MODIS-T, which was primarily focused on observing ocean color, and to obtain better capability to monitor the temporal variability of clouds and land cover conditions, it was decided that the MODIS would fly in both a mid-morning descending and a mid-afternoon ascending orbit, thereby avoiding sunglint and enabling global coverage without tilting the sensor. Over the next few years, the Santa Barbara Remote Sensing (SBRS) team ķ Subsequently Raytheon/Santa Barbara Remote Sensing.

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