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MONOCLE addresses and strengthens EO methodology by providing crucial reference measurements to remove and correct for major sources of error in satellite products. This includes the measurable observation of water-leaving radiance and atmospheric transmission properties. In addition, the network will include novel and existing high-frequency measurements of in-water biogeochemical and physical parameters. These are of direct interest to people working in environmental monitoring. MONOCLE will further improve their added value through advanced signal processing (e.g. drift detection, signal coherence, removal of surface effects).


The unique approach taken by MONOCLE simultaneously strengthens synoptic monitoring from proximal and remote sensing platforms and characterises uncertainty in Earth Observation products.

 

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Co-Financed by the European Union tagline with Blue European Flag with circle of godl stars


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776480.

Contact

Stefan Simis
Principal Investigator
stsiNOSPAM@pml.ac.uk

Jess Heard
Project Manager
jesshNOSPAM@pml.ac.uk
 
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Plymouth Marine Laboratory,
Prospect Place,
Plymouth,
Devon,
UK,
PL1 3DH

+44 (0) 1752 633 100
 

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