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LST_cci User Workshop 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Nikos Alexandris
04:37:56
I have a question on the comparison between MODIS LST and TAIR from stations.
Nikos Alexandris
04:47:59
Thank you
Alejandro DUSSAILLANT (UK/Chile)
04:49:49
am I the only one seeing a black screen from Panagiotis?
Lizzie Good
04:50:00
No, it is fine for me.
Benjamin Bechtel
04:50:05
fine here
Lizzie Good
04:50:33
Perhaps try leaving the meeting and re-joining if it persists? Otherwise you can view the slides through Padlet and listen to the speaker.
Carlos Jimenez
04:50:43
Yeap, perfectly fine here as well
Lizzie Good
05:00:35
I have a question, thank you.
Sophia Walther
05:01:29
Is the difference in SUHII strength between spring and autumn rather due to urban temp or rural temp?
Iphigenia K
05:02:52
Happy to see so many familiar names in the participant list! Warm greetings from Greece
Sorin Cheval
05:03:00
I have a question too related to methodology
Alejandro DUSSAILLANT (UK/Chile)
05:03:15
I would guess that given in autumn vegetation is senescent, rural temp is similar to urban temp
Christos Halios (nb)
05:05:04
I have a question related with the vegettion
Sophia Walther
05:05:16
Is there a reason to exclude forest land cover from the rural?
Cheolhee Yoo
05:05:59
I also have a same question as Sophia.
José Sobrino
05:08:17
Hi all, In case you're interested, we just published the paper "A Methodology for Comparing the Surface Urban Heat Island in Selected Urban Agglomerations Around the World from Sentinel-3 SLSTR Data" in Remote Sensing and is available online: https://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/12/12/2052
Lizzie Good
05:09:00
Sorry,here is the padlet link for the urban padlet if you have further discussion on the two urban talks: https://padlet.com/infolstcci/4jtxt29z9ncbxx7r
Lizzie Good
05:09:36
Here is the link to the feedback discussion padlet: https://padlet.com/infolstcci/q7zamwdikj39a9wn
Darren Ghent
05:14:18
The ILSTE group could be a forum for a "community" standard
Darren Ghent
05:17:35
Quality Level flags was an idea we first discussed in GlobTemperature days and it would be informative to know whether this is something that would be really helpful for the users
Lizzie Good
05:17:41
Users frequently need to upscale data. I think the propagation of uncertainties when upscaling is a major barrier to using them as this process is non-trivial. To encourage users to use uncertainties (and the data properly), it would be very helpful if tools are provided to e.g. re-grid data that propagates the uncertainty components.
Carlos Jimenez
05:18:53
I think the current PUG contains only half a page on the uncertainties. Perhaps we need to be more complete in this sense, and have more information also there.
Lizzie Good
05:24:33
Already asked, but noting here for the record: the requirement for pixel and file quality information was identified in the user requirements document, e.g. 'worst quality', 'best quality', etc.