WE2.R16: SST Applications and the Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature (GHRSST) II
Wed, 19 Jul, 10:15 - 11:30 Pacific Time (UTC -7)
Location: Room 16
Session Type: Oral
Session Co-Chairs: Ioanna Karagali, Danish Meteorological Institute and Jorge Vasquez, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Track: Community-Contributed Sessions
Wed, 19 Jul, 10:15 - 10:27 Pacific Time (UTC -7)

WE2.R16.1: IDENTIFICATION OF SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND SEA SURFACE SALINITY FRONTS ALONG THE CALIFORNIA COAST: APPLICATION USING SAILDRONE AND SATELLITE DE-RIVED PRODUCTS

Jorge Vazquez-Cuervo, Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, United States; Marisol Garcia-Reyes, Farallon Institute, United States; Jose Gomez-Valdes, CICESE Institute, Mexico
Wed, 19 Jul, 10:27 - 10:39 Pacific Time (UTC -7)

WE2.R16.2: CHARACTERIZATION OF OBSERVED SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC: IMPACT OF SPATIAL RESOLUTION

Cristina González-Haro, Antonio Turiel, Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM), Spanish National Research Council and Barcelona Expert Center on Remote Sensing, Spain; Javier García-Serrano, Ania Urien, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Wed, 19 Jul, 10:39 - 10:51 Pacific Time (UTC -7)

WE2.R16.3: INTRODUCING A GLOBAL SST GRADIENT AND FRONTS DATASET BASED ON 20 YEARS OF L2 MODIS SST FIELDS

Peter Cornillon, University of Rhode Island, United States
Wed, 19 Jul, 10:51 - 11:03 Pacific Time (UTC -7)

WE2.R16.4: Reconstruction of Sea Surface Temperature Under Clouds Using Masked Autoencoders

Edwin Goh, Alice Yepremyan, Isaac Ward, Jinbo Wang, Brian Wilson, California Institute of Technology, United States
Wed, 19 Jul, 11:03 - 11:15 Pacific Time (UTC -7)

WE2.R16.5: CROSS-CALIBRATION OF THE INFRARED DATA FROM THE HIMAWARI-9 SATELLITE FOR IMPROVED HIMAWARI SST

Yukio Kurihara, Misako Kachi, JAXA, Japan
Wed, 19 Jul, 11:15 - 11:30 Pacific Time (UTC -7)

WE2.R16.D: Discussion