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User feedback will be solicited as an additional and important source of quality assessment. Following the guidelines for the EOS Core System quality assessment, information will be stored as metadata in all products. The various quality assessment flags will enable product users to identify data problems within the MODIS time series. A Web site will provide up-to-date information on data problems and remedial action being taken. Product quality assessment provides an important input for algorithm refinement and identification of problems with instrument performance.
These sites provide a focus for the development and testing of validation instrumentation and satellite data acquisition. Data products from MODIS such as changes in snow and ice cover, fire, and land cover/change will be validated at locations suited to specific product validation. , 1998). Protocols for validation are being developed and tested for suites of land products. The NASA-funded BigFoot program is addressing some of the problems of scaling from field measurements to satellite resolutions.
Issues in the Integration of Research and Operational Satellite Systems for Climate Research (Compass Series (Washington, D.C.).) by Space Studies Board, National Research Council Committee on Earth Studies