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Question: Do you use observations of sea surface temperature (SST) in your work?

Last modified May 04, 2016 08:49

We are developing new observed SST data sets as part of the European Space Agency (ESA) Climate Change Initiative (CCI) programme. Our project is now in its second three-year phase and it is time to update our analysis of user requirements to take into account developments in the many different areas in which observed SST data are used.

Do you use observations of sea surface temperature (SST) in your work?

We are developing new observed SST data sets as part of the European Space Agency (ESA) Climate Change Initiative (CCI) programme. Our project is now in its second three-year phase and it is time to update our analysis of user requirements to take into account developments in the many different areas in which observed SST data are used. If you currently use SST data, or plan to use SST data for purposes related to climate science or climate services during the next five years, we hope you will take the time to tell us about your requirements by filling out this questionnaire:

<https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GD8BS6R>

We need to hear your requirements because we want to be able to give you the information that you need, so please do take the time to tell us.

Please complete the questionnaire by Friday May 16th 2016.

Results from our previous user survey also fed into the Global Climate Observing System requirements review process and we will communicate the results to other SST development projects, so your input will again likely have wider impact than just on our work.

If you wish to learn more about the ESA CCI SST project before starting the questionnaire, there is a briefing document linked to the front page of the survey, or you could visit our website (http://www.esa-sst-cci.org/).

Thank you for your help - we really appreciate it.

Nick Rayner Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Science and Services on behalf of the ESA CCI SST project team.

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