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Variability and Uncertainty of Satellite Sea Surface Salinity in the Subpolar North Atlantic (2010-2019)
[30-Jun-20] Satellite L-band remote sensing in the past 10 years has proven the capability of resolving SSS spatiotemporal variability in the tropical and subtropical oceans. However, fidelity of SSS retrievals in cold waters at mid-high latitudes is yet to be established. Here, SSS products from SMAP and SMOS were evaluated in the subpolar North Atlantic Ocean (SPNA; 48-70°N, 65°W-0) with reference to in situ gridded products.
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