Solar radiation enters the Earth's atmosphere with a portion being scattered by clouds and aerosols.

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MISR ICARTT Products

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International Consortium for Atmospheric Research on Transport and Transformation (ICARTT)

The International Consortium for Atmospheric Research on Transport and Transformation (ICARTT) was formed to take advantage of the synergy between several coordinated experiments to study the emissions of aerosols and ozone precursors, their chemical transformations and removal during transport to and over the North Atlantic. The capabilities represented by the consortium will allow an unprecedented characterization of the key atmospheric processes. The combined research conducted in the programs that make up ICARTT will focus in three main areas: regional air qualityintercontinental transport, and radiation balance in the atmosphere.

Products Temporal Coverage
MISBR

Color browse image for each camera.

2004

CARMITST

MISR L2 TOA/Cloud Stereo Product subset for the ICARTT Region.

2004

CARMIAAE

MISR L2 Aerosol Product subset for the ICARTT Region.

2004

MIANCAGP

Geolocation data on a Space Oblique. Mercator (SOM) Grid. It has 233 parts, corresponding to the 233 repeat orbits of the Terra spacecraft.

2004

MISR read software is product dependent. If read software is available, a "read software" tab will appear on the product landing page.