Satellite Imagery
MODIS-AQUA Absorption Products (APS)
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Sea Surface Temperature
Alabama
Bahamas
Northeast
Cape Cod
Cape Hatteras
Chesapeake Bay
Eastcoast
EDDIES Project
Florida Current
Florida Coast
Georgia Coast
Gulf of Mexico
Gulf Stream
JCNERRS
Latte
Leo-15
Louisiana
Maine
North Mid-Atlantic Bight
New York Bight (Ft)
New York Bight (M)
SHAREM Project
Southern New England
Mid-Atlantic Bight
Hudson Canyon Zoom
 
Sea Surface Temperature Daily Composite
Northeast
Eastcoast
Gulf of Mexico
Gulf Stream
 
Chlorophyll Concentration
Northeast
Gulf of Mexico
JCNERRS
Latte
North Mid-Atlantic Bight
New York Bight (M)
 
De-clouded 3-Day Average Sea Surface Temps
Northeast
 
MODIS-AQUA Absorption Products (APS)
Northeast
Latte
New York Bight (M)
 
De-clouded 8-Day Average Sea Surface Temps
Northeast
 
Sea Surface Temperature Codar Overlays
Northeast
Latte
 
De-clouded Sea Surface Temperatures
Northeast
 
MODIS-AQUA Backscatter Products (APS)
Northeast
Latte
New York Bight (M)
 





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Available Regions:
Northeast
Latte
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A few notes on the MODIS-AQUA Absorption Products (APS) Image Archive

There are currently 5 different Ocean Color Absorption products posted on this website from MODIS Aqua data. These products are produced using the quasi-analytical algorithm (Z.Lee, K.Carder, R.Arnone, 2002, Applied Optics, Vol.41, No.27) embedded in the Naval Reasearch Lab's Automated Processing System (APS).

The US coastline (drawn in black) is taken from the NOAA Coastline Extractor database (World Vector Shoreline 1:250,000). Bathymetry (also drawn in black) is obtained from the Nationa Geophysical Data Center's US Coastal Relief Model and units are in meters.

All time stamps are in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) which is 4 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time from March to November and 5 hours ahead the rest of the year (daylight savings time is not observed in England).


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