A SURFACE ALBEDO PRODUCT AT HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION FROM A COMBINATION OF SENTINEL-2 AND LANDSAT-8 DATA: THE ROLE OF SURFACE RADIATIVE FORCING FROM AGRICULTURE AREAS AS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO AN ABATEMENT OF CARBON EMISSION

Roujean, J.-L.; Olioso, A.; Ceschia, E.; Hagolle, O.; Weiss, M.; Tallec, T.; Brut, A.; Ferlicoq, M.

Satellite Sentinel-2 offers a global coverage of the Earth surface at the frequency of a few days with pixel size ranging from 10 to 60 meters. Such spatio-temporal resolution fosters an advanced research in agricultural area notably. The role of the surface albedo as a mean to reduce the surface radiative forcing in link to agriculture practice is a real concern. A high resolution (HR) surface albedo is now generated routinely from the observations of satellites Sentinel-2A & -2B for the time being plus Landsat in the near future. The methodology inherited from the Global Land Service of Copernicus is presented with some preliminary results.

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Roujean, J.-L. / Olioso, A. / Ceschia, E. / et al: A SURFACE ALBEDO PRODUCT AT HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION FROM A COMBINATION OF SENTINEL-2 AND LANDSAT-8 DATA: THE ROLE OF SURFACE RADIATIVE FORCING FROM AGRICULTURE AREAS AS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO AN ABATEMENT OF CARBON EMISSION. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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