Thomas von Clarmann
KIT/IMK, Karlsruhe Germany
Univ. Saskatchewan, Canada
NASA JPL, Pasadena, USA
The goal of TUNER is to provide a complete and consistent data characterization in terms of uncertainty, resolution and content of a priori information, for the largest possible number of space-borne temperature and composition sounders. Specic objectives are:
- An inventory of the error estimation tools used by past and current satellite missions will be made. The same applies to tools for resolution estimates and a priori content.
- The used tools will be assessed for consistency and completeness.
- Strategies will be dened to complete the error estimates and to make them consistent.
- Missing error and resolution estimates will be provided for the most important data.
- Recommendations on the use of the error estimates will be established for each instrument.
A TUNER special issue is open for submissions in Atmospheric Measurement Techniques.
T. von Clarmann, D. A. Degenstein, N. J. Livesey, S. Bender, A. Braverman, A. Butz, S. Compernolle, R. Damadeo, S. Dueck, P. Eriksson, B. Funke, M. C. Johnson, Y. Kasai, A. Keppens, A. Kleinert, N. A., Kramarova, A. Laeng, B. Langerock, V. H. Payne, A. Rozanov, T. O. Sato, M. Schneider, P. Sheese, V. Sofieva, G. P. Stiller, C. von Savigny and D. Zawada, 2020: Overview: Estimating and reporting uncertainties in remotely sensed atmospheric composition and temperature. Atmos. Meas. Tech., 13, 4393-4436, https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-13-4393-2020.
- Project meeting, 10-12 September, FMI Helsinki, Finland.
- ISSI International Team Meeting, 1-5 April, ISSI Berne, Switzerland.
- Project meeting, 4-7 December 2018, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany.
- ISSI International Team Meeting, 4-8 December 2017, ISSI Berne, Switzerland.
- Project Meeting, 15-16 June 2017, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.