NASA, through its Earth Science Data Systems, supports the NASA Earth Science research community in providing Earth science data products and services driven by NASA’s Earth Science goals. NASA’s Earth Science Program is dedicated to advancing Earth remote sensing and pioneering the scientific use of satellite measurements to improve human understanding of our home planet in order to inform economic and policy decisions and improve operational services of benefit to the Nation. Through the Making Earth Science Data Records for Use in Research Environments (MEaSUREs) Program, NASA is continuing its commitment to expand understanding the Earth system using consistent records. NASA has begun to deploy new types of sensors to provide three-dimensional profiles of Earth’s atmosphere and surface. Emphasis is placed into linking together multiple satellites into a constellation, developing the means of utilizing a multitude of data sources to form coherent time series, and facilitating the use of extensive data in the development of comprehensive Earth system models.
To learn more about the MEaSUREs Datasets at PO.DAAC please check the following mission pages:
- MEaSUREs - Cross-Calibrated Multi-Platform (CCMP) Ocean Surface Wind Vector Analyses (MEaSUREs-CCMP)
- MEaSUREs - Multi-scale Ultra-high Resolution (MUR) Sea Surface Temperature (MEaSUREs-MUR)
- MEaSUREs - Pre-Surface Water and Ocean Topography (Pre-SWOT) Hydrology (MEaSUREs-Pre-SWOT)
- MEaSUREs - Integrated Multi-Mission Ocean Altimeter Data for Climate Research (MEaSUREs-SSH)