Comparing night-time satellite land surface temperature from MODIS and ground measured air temperature across a conurbation

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Comparing night-time satellite land surface temperature from MODIS and ground measured air temperature across a conurbation. / Tomlinson, Charlie J.; Chapman, Lee; Thornes, John E.; Baker, Christopher J.; Prieto-Lopez, Tatiana.

In: Remote Sensing Letters, Vol. 3, No. 8, 02.03.2012, p. 657-666.

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title = "Comparing night-time satellite land surface temperature from MODIS and ground measured air temperature across a conurbation",
abstract = "The relationship between remotely sensed land surface temperature (LST) data and ground-measured air temperature is important for a number of applications. This article details a pilot project over the summer (June, July, August) 2010 using Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) LST data and air temperature data from a custom network of data loggers across the conurbation of Birmingham, UK. The results show that at night-time air temperature is consistently higher than the satellite-measured LST, but significant station-specific variability exists.",
author = "Tomlinson, {Charlie J.} and Lee Chapman and Thornes, {John E.} and Baker, {Christopher J.} and Tatiana Prieto-Lopez",
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AU - Chapman, Lee

AU - Thornes, John E.

AU - Baker, Christopher J.

AU - Prieto-Lopez, Tatiana

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AB - The relationship between remotely sensed land surface temperature (LST) data and ground-measured air temperature is important for a number of applications. This article details a pilot project over the summer (June, July, August) 2010 using Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) LST data and air temperature data from a custom network of data loggers across the conurbation of Birmingham, UK. The results show that at night-time air temperature is consistently higher than the satellite-measured LST, but significant station-specific variability exists.

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