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Welcome to the NOAA GPRC web

GSICS logo The Global Space-based Inter-Calibration System (GSICS), initiated by WMO and the 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, and 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 ... more detail
2. LEO vs LEO
Inter-calibration between Low-earth Orbit (LEO) satellites ... more detail
3. GEO vs GEO
Inter-calibration between Geostationary Orbit (GEO) satellites ... more detail
4. Satellite vs Model
Inter-comparison of satellite observations with the radiative transfer modeling results ... more detail

Questions or Comments? Please contact us:

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Camp Springs, Maryland 20746
Phone: (301)763-8127
Topic revision: r62 - 11 Dec 2015, AdminUser
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