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2004-11-18 PO.DAAC Website Enhancements In an ongoing effort to improve services to our customers, PO.DAAC is pleased to announce our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)/Knowledge Base web site. To access our FAQ site, go to http://...
2004-12-01 Faster Data Transfer Tool Available In our continuing effort to improve services to our users, PO.DAAC now offers more rapid electronic transfer using a commercial product, Aspera, with a free web client. This tool provides reliable and faster data transfer; users havetypically found a 5x to 10x improvement over conventional FTP,...
2004-12-09 New Data Added to GOES L3 6km NRT SST (NOAA/NESDIS) PO.DAAC Product #190 The PO.DAAC is pleased to announce the availability of 1 hour and 24 hour sea surface temperature data from NOAA GOES-9 (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite). This is an addition to our existing GOES L3 6km data product, derived from the GOES-10 and -12 satellites...
2005-07-25 AGU Ocean Science Special Session TAs one of the Conveners of this Special Ocean Science Session is the PO.DAAC Task Scientist, this announcement is being sent as a courtesy via the PO.DAAC email list. Dear Ocean Colleagues, Aloha! We cordially encourage you to submit an abstract for our special session, "(OS037) The Development...
2005-09-01 GHRSST Near Real Time SST Data Now Available The Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center would like to announce the availability of near real-time SST data from the Global Ocean Data Assimilation Experiment (GODAE) High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature Pilot Project (GHRSST-PP). Data are available in netCDF format in near...
2005-09-22 AVHRR Pathfinder Version 4 & Version 4.1 Data Retirement The JPL PO.DAAC plans to retire the AVHRR Pathfinder Version 4 & 4.1 data. The data, documentation and read software will be archived and removed from our on-line tools in early March 2005. The Version 4 & 4.1 data products include: AVHRR Oceans Pathfinder global equal-angle all SST v4 (...
2006-07-26 Dear User of QuikSCAT and/or SeaWinds Data PO.DAAC is pleased to announce that reprocessed data for the entire SeaWinds on ADEOS-II mission is now available at http://podaac-www.jpl.nasa.gov/datasetlist?search=Ocean%20Winds The SeaWinds Project has also begun...
2006-10-16 Reynolds Version 2.0 Data The PO.DAAC is pleased to announce the availability of the Reynolds version 2.0 Extended Reconstructed Sea Surface Temperatures (ERSST). This data is intended to replace the older RSST data. This data set improves on the previous version in significant ways. The data is available through...
2006-11-17 CNES concluded Jason Safe Hold Mode (SHM) activities CNES concluded Jason Safe Hold Mode (SHM) activities at 1630 UT (0830 PST) on Friday, 17 November. The spacecraft and payload instruments appear to be in nominal health and are operating correctly. Normal science processing has resumed. Approximately 18 days of science data were lost as a result...
2007-01-10 AGU 2007 Joint Assembly Dr. Jorge Vazquez cordially invites you to submit an abstract for the special session, "OS08: Remotely Sensed Derived Climate Data Records: Applications and Development from Global to Regional scales,"...
2007-02-07 PO.DAAC's Hurricane/Typhoon Tracker A beta-version of the PO.DAAC's Hurricane/Typhoon Tracker is now available athttp://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/hurricanes/. This initial release is intended as a preview of a new tool that will provide subsets of PO.DAAC data holdings for major oceanographic...
2007-02-09 GHRSST The Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center (PO.DAAC) would like to announce several new sea surface temperature products available through the Global Data Assembly Center (GDAC) of the GHRSST-PP (Global Data Assimilation Experiment (GODAE) High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature...
2007-03-17 Congratulations for 5 Successful Years! Commemorating the 5th Anniversary of the GRACE Launch on March 17, 2002. The twin satellite Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Mission has been making detailed measurements of Earth's gravity field which will lead to discoveries about Earth's gravity and natural systems.
2007-05-29 NEW! PO.DAAC's Hurricane/Typhoon Tracker is now available! http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/hurricanes This tool provides subsets of PO.DAAC data holdings chopped around major oceanographic events such as hurricanes and typhoons. The types of data that the Tracker currently provide are: 1) Near-...
2007-07-02 NEW! Pathfinder Data for 2006 The PO.DAAC would like to announce the availability of Pathfinder Version 5.0 data for 2006. Files have been placed onto the ftp site at: ftp://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/ sea_surface_temperature/...
2007-11-16 NEW! The PO.DAAC Sandbox PO.DAAC is pleased to announce a new service for our users and scientists; the PO.DAAC Sandbox. The PO.DAAC Sandbox provides an opportunity to present unvetted science products to the user community. The products submitted for distribution by a provider will be reviewed by the relevant science team...
2007-12-05 QuikSCAT Data Gaps Due to Battery Anomaly On November 16, 2007, a small degradation in the QuikSCAT spacecraft's battery capacity was detected during the eclipse period. In order to reduce the battery load, the QuikSCAT Project temporarily operated the SeaWinds instrument in receive-only mode during the eclipse periods between November 20...
2007-12-10 GRACE Mission Team Wins the 2007 Pecora Award! On behalf of the Pecora Award Committee, I would like to congratulate the GRACE Mission Team for winning the 2007 Pecora Award. The William T. Pecora Award is presented annually to recognize outstanding contributions by individuals or groups toward understanding the Earth by means of remote sensing...
2007-12-18 AIRSAR Data Has Moved to ASF AIRSAR data has moved to the Alaska Satellite Facility.  Researchers interested in obtaining AIRSAR data should now refer to: http://airsar.asf.alaska.edu
2008-02-01 New GOES SST The PO.DAAC would like to announce the availability of an improved GOES SST product. Cloud masking in the previous GOES SST was based on one flag. The new product gives the user more flexibility in that a bayesian approach is applied that associates each pixel with a probability of being cloud free...

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