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|Title: ||New low cost technological developments for sea monitoring: satellite "Sea Truth" and model validation|
|Authors: ||Marcelli, Marco|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Publisher: ||Publications Office of the European Union|
|Citation: ||Marcelli, M. et al. 2010. New low cost technological developments for sea monitoring: satellite "Sea Truth" and model validation. In: Barale, V., Grover, J. F. R., Alberotanza, L. (eds.) Proceedings "Oceans from Space" Venice 2010. Luxembourg, Publications Office of the European Union, pp. 155-156|
|Abstract: ||Operational forecasting is becoming an important tool for modern management and protection of the oceans and their living resources. It needs multidisciplinary input data, whose collection is hampered by two main factors: cost and technology.
Satellites provide synoptic sea surface data, but their measurement validation still requires much sea-truth data as possible. Moreover marine “in situ” measures are expansive both for the platforms, ships and buoys, and for the measure instruments. In ord|
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