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Sea surface temperature: An introduction to users on the set of GHRSST products

GHRSST Project Office; Beggs, Helen; Karagali, Ioanna

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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;In this short document we have collected a list of valuable resources for you to use several GHRSST products;br&gt;
The Group for High Resolution SST (GHRSST) provides SST products in prescribed formats (GHRSST Science Team, 2012) &amp;ndash; Level 2 pre-processed (&amp;quot;L2P&amp;quot;) on the original swath projection, Level 3 composite (gridded) products formed using SST from a single swath/scene (&amp;ldquo;L3U&amp;rdquo;), single sensor and multiple swaths/scenes (&amp;ldquo;L3C&amp;rdquo;) or multiple sensors (&amp;ldquo;L3S&amp;rdquo;), and Level 4 gap-free SST from multiple sensors/platforms (&amp;quot;L4&amp;quot;). These global and regional spatially-mapped SST products are available for research and operational applications (Beggs, 2010; Donlon et al., 2009).&lt;/p&gt;

We refer in this document to GHRSST products because there is no ONE GHRSST product, but a wide range of products that suit different applications, and there are several web-tools available to assist a user to select an SST product, including validation sites.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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