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Welcome to the NOAA GPRC web
Global Space-based Inter-Calibration System (GSICS)
, initiated by
Coordination Group for Meteorological Satellites (CGMS)
, aims to produce consistent, well-calibrated measurements from the international constellation of operational meteorological satellites. GSICS is organized to have several Processing and Research Centers (GPRC). At NOAA GSICS, we conduct GSICS-related processing and research to ensure the quality of radiance measured by NOAA satellites. Our methodology is described in the
Algorithm Theoretical Basis Documents
. The primary products are
GSICS correction that provides coefficients to make operational measurements consistent with reference instruments
GSICS monitoring that displays the bias and coefficients in various ways
As a service to the GSICS community through GSICS
Coordination Center (GCC)
, NOAA GPRC also conduct GSICS processing for the international satellite instruments using the
GSICS baseline algorithm
1. GEO vs LEO
Provide both the
GEO-LEO correction products
, and the bias monitoring to the reference LEO instrument ...
2. LEO vs LEO
Inter-calibration between Low-earth Orbit (LEO) satellites ...
3. GEO vs GEO
Inter-calibration between Geostationary Orbit (GEO) satellites ...
4. Satellite vs Model
Inter-comparison of satellite observations with the radiative transfer modeling results ...
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This topic: GPRC
11 Dec 2015,
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