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Title: Current Activity of the U.S. ASTER Science Team
Authors: Kahle, A. B.
Abrams, M. J.
Hook, S. J.
Pieri, D. C.
Ramsey, M.
Rowan, L. C.
Schmugge, T.
Wessels, R.
Issue Date: 19-Dec-2001
Citation: ASTER Symposium
Tokyo, Japan
Abstract: The U.S. ASTER Science Team is currently engaged in numerous ASTER related activities, many of them jointly with our Japanese colleagues. These include vicarious instrument calibration, algorithm development and validation for higher level data products, assistance to ERSDAC for scheduling activities (primarily for U.S. users), assistance to data users other than Science Team members, and science applications of ASTER data, notably in the areas of glacial monitoring, volcanic monitoring, heat balance determinations, geologic mapping, and cloud studies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/8692
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