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Proceedings of the Symposium on Global and Environmental Monitoring

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Table 4 Example of Spaceborne Sensors for Atmospheric Monitoring (2)
Items
Specifications
Name of Satel1ite/
Sensor
ADEOS
IMG
ADEOS
HAS
ADEOS
RIS
ADEOS
TOMS
ADEOS
P0LDAR
ADEOS
NSCAT
ERS-1
AMI(Wind)
SavelengthCpm) /
Frequencies
3-15
0.753-0.784
4.1- 6.9
7.3- 11.8
0.3-14
0.3040
0.3125
0.3250
0.3175
0.3326
0.3600
0.435* 0.490**
0.520**
0.565**
0.670* 0.765**
0.880* 0.950**
14GHz
5.3GHz
VV
Swath Sidth(km)
20
2795
1440x1920
1200
500
Monitoring Items
C0 2
CH 4
N 2 0
Others
Ozone
C0 2
CH 4
N 2 0
Others
Ozone
Fluoro
carbon
C0 2
Others
Ozone
Sulfer
dioxide
Others
Bidirectiona-
1ity and pola
rization of
the solar
radiation
Sind
direc
tion
and
speed
Sind
direc
tion
and
speed
* Three different polarization directions ** No polarization
5.CONCLUSION
In order to use present and future Japanese earth
observation system to earth environmental
monitoring system, it was stressed that global
datasets and global data network should be
constructed to monitor environment in the world.
In addition to development of space segment,
NASDA will contribute to construction of global
environmental data sets and network with other
domestic and foreign organizations.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The authors would like to thank all staff who are
involved in various projects for satellite and
ground system.
REFERENCES
1. NASDA Dec.1988 Proceedings of the first and
second symposium on MOS-1 Verification Program
(MVP).
2. NASDA March 1990 Proceedings of the third
symposium on MOS-1 verification Program (MVP).
3. NASDA March 1990 Proceedings on MOS-1 data
evaluation.
4. Maeda,K.,and H.Satoh 1990 ."Outline of
Utilization Results of MOS-1 Data" Proceedings
of IGARSS’90.