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25 October 2013 Architecting next 30 years of climate monitoring from space with instructive examples from NPOESS and GCOS plus new rule-based decision tools: suggesting and promoting global collaborative paths forward (Part V)
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Collecting the earth’s critical climate signatures over the next 30 years is an obvious priority for many world governments and international organizations. Implementing a solution requires bridging from today’s scientific missions to ‘operational’ constellations that are adequate to support the future demands of decision makers, scientific investigators and global users for trusted data.
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Douglas B. Helmuth, Raymond M. Bell, and Christopher A. Lentz "Architecting next 30 years of climate monitoring from space with instructive examples from NPOESS and GCOS plus new rule-based decision tools: suggesting and promoting global collaborative paths forward (Part V)", Proc. SPIE 8889, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites XVII, 88891H (25 October 2013); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2028481
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