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for Water Framework Directive (WFD) reporting , now routinely use data from ocean colour remote sensors such as MERIS and MODIS, to be followed by OLCI.
MERIS (Middle East Rating & Investors Service) has reviewed the performance of the 6th multiple-tranche asset-backed securitisation bond (tranche B & C) issued by Contact Securitization Company and has affirmed the following national scale ratings: "" to Tranche (B), Mezzanine Subordinated Fixed-Rate Notes due in July 2013, in the amount of EGP 7.
The MODIS cloud mask uses 19 of the 36 spectral bands to maximize cloud detection in a combination with 250 m resolution bands and 1 km pixel resolution, while the MERIS cloud detection scheme is an automatic and stand-alone method that cannot handle static thresholds (Santer et al.
It opens the door to high spatial resolutionozone mapping from MERIS and potentially S-3/OLCI.
Hassanein said that MERIS had recently downgraded the short- and long-term credit rating of the National Bank of Egypt (NBE), Banque Misr, and Commercial International Bank (CIB), adding that the future of these banks "does not look good".
Satellite data (NOAA AVHRR, MODIS, MERIS, LANDSAT, MSG, SPOT, ENVISAT and TerraSAR), received in near-real time or downloaded from international databases (EOS NASA Gateway, KALIDEOS, European Space data base) are geometrically and radiometrically corrected, integrated in a GIS environment and processed together with land use/land cover information and with climate numerical models results.
GlobCover: ESA Service for Global Land Cover from MERIS, Proceedings of IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2007), IEEE, pp.
The MERIS project aims to streamline and integrate emergency response efforts throughout the state.