Satellite Observations of Ocean Color

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o  The Ocean Color and Temperature Scanner (OCTS)
located on the ADEOS satellite, launched in mid-August 1996 by the NASDA (National Space Development Agency of Japan), has sent back to Earth its first images.

o  SeaWiFS Home Page
See the still images and MPEG video of a successful launch on March 8, 1996 of REX 2 on the Pegasus XL.
The SeaWiFS Project Announcements page includes current launch status information.

o  Satellite images from Hawai'i
The Satellite Oceanography Laboratory at SOEST is serving real-time images and movies from various types of satellites.

o  Global Satellite Imagery
The Remote Sensing Group at RSMAS is providing satellite imagery of various locations.

o  Ocean Color Data and Resources
Goddard Space Flight Center's DAAC is offering the CZCS archives and browsers.

o  An Ocean Primary Productivity Study
at the Division of Oceaographic and Atmospheric Sciences, Brookhaven National Laboratory may be of interest to viewers of this page.


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