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June 20 2018 Publish in
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icon_sat.pngGCOM-W/AMSR2
icon_pq.pngSea Surface Temperature
Two types of Sea Surface Temperature (SST) data observed by AMSR2 on board GCOM-W are provided in the same SST product file as different layer of each other through the GPortal. One is calculated fr
May 30 2018 Publish in
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icon_sat.pngGCOM-W/AMSR2
icon_pq.pngSea-Ice Extent
The global sea-ice extent hit the lowest record on Feb. 10, 2018. It was revealed by the observations from the "Shizuku" (GCOM-W : Global Change Observation Mission Water). The Global Sea-ice exten
April 26 2018 Publish in
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icon_sat.pngGPM
icon_pq.pngGSMap
For the “Rainfall in Ogasawara viewing from Space”, a link to the real time Global Satellite Mapping of Precipitation (GSMaP_NOW Ogasawara Islands Version) has been added to the web site of the Og
February 16 2018 Publish in
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icon_sat.pngGCOM-W1/AMSR2
icon_pq.pngSea Surface Temperature
The largest El Nino in observation history (since 1950) occurred in 1997/98, and the magnitude of El Nino in 2015 approached the same magnitude. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency on N
February 15 2018 Publish in
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icon_sat.pngAMSR2
icon_pq.pngSea Ice
Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer 2 (AMSR2) loaded on Global Change Observation Mission–Water (GCOM-W) satellite, “Shizuku,” revealed that the area of global sea ice reached a "minimum v
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