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GEOSS, CEOS, and the Future Global Remote Sensing Space System for Societal Benefits
Editor(s): Stephen A. Mango; Stephen P. Sandford; Ranganath R. Navalgund; Haruhisa Shimoda
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Volume Number: 7151
Date Published: 5 December 2008

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Front Matter: Volume 7151
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Optimizing societal benefit using a systems engineering approach for implementation of the GEOSS space segment
Author(s): Brian D. Killough; Stephen P. Sandford; L. DeWayne Cecil; Shelley Stover; Kim Keith
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The Pacific Islands Regional Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) program
Author(s): Howard J. Diamond
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Geostationary satellite imaging spectrometry for GEOSS: importance and expected benefits
Author(s): W. Smith; S. Mango
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Global change observation mission (GCOM)
Author(s): Haruhisa Shimoda
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Synergisms between future geosynchronous and low-Earth orbiting wind observations in the GEOSS era
Author(s): George D. Emmitt; Stephen A. Mango; Christopher S. Velden
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Integrating the cross-sensor calibration and validation system for GEOSS support
Author(s): John Jianhe Qu; Xianjun Hao; Jack Xiong; Stephen A. Mango
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The NPOESS direct readout mission for societal benefit - GEOSS
Author(s): John van de Wouw
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Earth observations informing energy management: a CEOS and GEOSS perspective
Author(s): Richard S. Eckman; Brian D. Killough; Ernest Hilsenrath
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Atmospheric pollution spatial data based on multigrid
Author(s): Zhaoming Wang; Wen Wang; Bingqing Hu; Xiaoqian Cheng
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