Ocean Color Radiances from MOBY

The Marine Optical BuoY (MOBY) is a NOAA funded project to provide vicarious calibration of ocean color satellites (SeaWiFS, MODIS, and VIIRS ). MOBY is an autonomous optical buoy which is moored off the island of Lanai in Hawaii. The system was designed for measuring sunlight incident on and scattered out of the ocean.

in situ VIIRS Ocean Color Monitoring

Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) Ocean Color Product Calibration / Validation

in situ Sea Surface Temperature Quality Monitor (iQuam)

iQuam is a system developed in NESDIS/STAR to perform near real time QC of in situ measurements and monitor the statistics. Ships and buoys (drifters and moorings) are included.