Today we published three new sea surface temperature datasets to our data catalog, including the high-resolution G1SST analysis product which provides global coverage at a spatial resolution of 0.01°.
We’re excited to see how you use these data in your own applications and workflows. To get started, sign up for a free Planet OS account then check out our API documentation for an overview of available request parameters.
This level 4 analysis product contains daily global sea surface temperature (SST) data that’s produced at a 0.01° resolution by the JPL ROMS (Regional Ocean Modeling System) group. This product blends data from infrared sensors, microwave sensors, and in-situ measurements to provide a global optimal estimate of SST at the highest possible spatial resolution.
This sea surface temperature dataset is built from multiple bias-corrected L3 mono-sensor (collated) products. This product provides regional coverage of daily mean values at a spatial resolution of 0.02°. In addition to sea surface temperature, parameters such as sea ice fraction and 10 meter wind speed are also available.
The Baltic Sea SST Level 4 Analysis product provides daily gap-free maps of sea surface temperature at 0.02° spatial resolution using satellite data from infra-red and microwave radiometers. This product is produced daily by the Operational Sea Surface Temperature and Ice Analysis (DMIOI) system at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) operational suite. The L2P data currently used in DMIOI include: infrared data from the AVHRR instruments on board NOAA and MetOp-A satellites, SEVIRI on board the MSG satellite, VIIRS on board Suomi NPP and microwave data from the AMSR-2 instrument on board GCOM-W1.
Have a dataset you’d like us to add? Join the Planet OS Slack community and let our team know! Your requests and recommendations are always welcome and help guide our future data integration efforts.