SGLI Science Team (2009-2018)


Gr. Principal Investigator Research Organization Reseach theme
Land Y. Honda Chiba Univ. Development of Verified Methodology for Atmospheric Corrected Reflectance Over Land
K. Nasahara Tsukuba Univ. Development of integrative information of the terrestrial ecosystem
K. Kajiwara Chiba Univ. Above ground biomass estimation algorithm development utilizing multi-angle observation data
Qinxue Wang NIES Algorithm Development and Validation of Land Surface Evapotranspriration based on GCOM-C1
A. Ono JAXA/EORC Development and verification of shadow index product algorithm
Development and verification of water stress trend product algorithm
S. Furumi Narasaho college Algorithm development of vegetation indices for  extracting vegetation quantities
K. Fukue Tokai Univ. Algorithm Development of Land Cover Classification
N. Soyama Tenri Univ. Development of algorithms for Globall and cover classification using satellite data sets.
M. Moriyama Nagasaki Univ. Algorithm development of land surface temperature estimation for GCOM-C1/SGLI
Algorithm development of Forest fire detection for GCOM-C1/SGLI
M. Tasumi Miyazaki Univ. Research for EvapoTranspiration Index Map as a GCOM-C1 Land Product
K. Ichii Fukushima Univ. Refinement of Terrestrial Ecosystem Models by GCOM-C SGLI Land Products: Effects on Future Projection
T. Kaneko Tokyo Univ. ERI Realtime monitoring of active volcanoes in east Asia using remote sensing data: advance by SGLI
R. Suzuki JAMSTEC Study on terrestrial vegetation dynamics by SGLI accompanied with field data
Alfredo Huete The University of Arizona Development of SGLI Time Series Vegetation Indices for Long Term Climate Studies
T. Miura University of Hawaii at Manoa Development of Multi-sensor Translation Algorithm for GCOM-C SGLI Vegetation lndex and Surface Reflectance Products
M. Takagi Kochi Univ. of Technology Mapping Tender Green and Autumn Color by Satellite Data Fusion
K. Mabuchi Meteorological Research Institute Utilization of Climate Model Simulation Data toward Contribution to GCOM-C
K. Nakau JAXA/EORC Development and validation of an algorithm for wildfire detection and fire classification using SGLI
Atmosphere Takashi Nakajima Tokai Univ. Observation of cloud area and cloud properties from GCOM-C SGLI by considering cloud in homogeneity
M. Kuji Nara Women's Univ. Algorithm development for cloud top and bottom heights.
N. A. J. Schutgens Tokyo Univ. An integrated approach for aerosol retrieval, assimilation and modeling.
I. Sano Kinki Univ. Algorithms for aerosol retrieval and atmospheric correction for SGLI
Y. Mano Meteorological Research Institute Development of the nonspherical scattering database for improving algorithms for remotely sensing aerosols and clouds
Jerome Riedi Universite des Sciences et Tecnologies de Lille Remote sensing of clouds and aerosols properties from SGLI on GCOM-C1 Migrating POLDER/MODIS synergistic algorithms to SGLI
Ocean M. Toratani Tokai Univ. Atmospheric correction  for SGLI ocean color data
Robert Frouin The Regents of the University of Califonia, San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Algorithms for Atmospheric Correction of SGLI Ocean-Color Imagery
T. Hirawake Hokkaido Univ. Development of algorithms to estimate primary productivity and to discriminate phytoplankton functional types
T. Hirata Plymouth Marine Laboratory Development of GCOM-C ocean algorithms to derive Ecosystem Indicators for a satellite-model integrated analysis of marine ecosystem function and global biogeochemical cycles.
J. Ishizaka Nagoya Univ. Development of Red Tide and Primary Production Algorithm for SGLI
F. Sakaida Tohoku Univ. The algorithm development and improvement for S-GLI sea surface temperature retrieval using a numerical model and other satellite/sensor data
S. Saitoh Hokkaido Univ. Application of GCOM-C datasets to sustainable development and management for ecosystem-based fisheries and aquaculture
H. Kawamura Tohoku Univ. Research & Development on Marine Environmental Monitoring System of Sendai Bay conducive to SGLI Global Coastal Ocean Observation
T. Iida National Institute of Polar Research Evaluation of temporal and spatial variability of marine ecosystem and primary productivity in the polar oceans using high resolution remote sensing
Cryosphere T. Aoki Meteorological Research Institute Development of cryosphere algorithm for GCOM/SGLI and validation of satellite derived cryosphere products with the results of ground observations and simulations of climate models
Knut Stamnes Stevens Institute of Technology Development of retrieval algorithms for GCOM-II/SGLI snow/ice products