A series of case studies were undertaken to demonstrate the fundamental importance of satellite observations for climate monitoring. The case studies were chosen to cover a wide range of user perspectives and their need for climate services. Thirteen case studies were selected as representative examples of services that are provided at global, regional and national levels; services in developing and developed countries; and services used in research, operational and policy areas. Full details of all the case studies can be found in the report on Satellites for Climate Services: Case Studies for Establishing an Architecture for Climate Monitoring from Space.
Authors: Paul Newman (NASA/GSFC), Richard Eckman (NASA)
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