ACSPO Global SST from AVHRR GAC

  • NOAA Advanced Clear-Sky Processor for Ocean (ACSPO) v2.40 enterprise system from NOAA-18 and -19, and Metop-A and -B
  • Near-real time (NRT) 2-week rotated buffer (produced by OSPO , with ~4hrs latency)
  • Delayed-mode (4-days latency) science quality Reanalysis (RAN; produced at STAR). RAN1 from 30 Aug 2002 to present.

ACSPO Global SST from MODIS

The MODIS SST data are produced from Terra and Aqua satellites using the NOAA Advanced Clear-Sky Processor for Ocean (ACSPO) v2.50 enterprise system (Ignatov et al., 2016). Only near-real time (NRT) data are produced at STAR, with a ~3days latency. The data are not archived and only available at this Coast watch page as a 2week rotated buffer. MODIS data can reprocessed in STAR, for the full Terra and Aqua missions, if there is users' interest.

ACSPO Global SST from ABI

20181013020037_FD_120.png The ABI SST data are produced from GOES-16 satellite using the NOAA Advanced Clear-Sky Processor for Ocean (ACSPO) v2.50 enterprise system. Currently, only near-real time (NRT) data are produced at STAR, with a ~2days latency. The data are available in NetCDF4 format, compliant with the GHRSST Data Specifications v2 (GDS2). Currently, the data are not archived and only available at this Coast Watch page as a 2week rotated buffer. There is a plan to reprocess the ABI data, for the full GOES-16 mission.

 

ACSPO Global SST from AHI

The AHI SST data are produced from Himawari-8 geostationary satellite using the NOAA Advanced Clear-Sky Processor for Ocean (ACSPO) v2.50 enterprise system. Currently, only near-real time (NRT) data are produced at STAR, with a ~2days latency. The data are available in NetCDF4 format, compliant with the GHRSST Data Specifications v2 (GDS2). Currently, the data are not archived and only available at this Coast Watch page as a 2week rotated buffer. There is a plan to reprocess the AHI data, for the full Himawari-8 mission.