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[McIDAS #UJY-297454]: NOAA Request to EOL

Hi Tulio,

I have not yet seen a sample file for the data you are working with, and 
I just wanted to make sure that you have not sent it yet.



> Iâm sorry for answering your email so late. Iâve been busy with some
> projects. But now, Iâll work hard on this conclusion course Project. The
> University where I study has a Satellite Receiving Station which captures
> NOAA/HRPT - AVHRR  images. Its aim is develop researches on environmental
> subjects. However, we canât use captured images and they are only being
> stored in our databases. It happened because there were problems with the
> computer able to capture these images.
> Answering the questions asked:
> We work with NOAAâs 17, 18 and 19 satellites.
> The system used to capture images is HRPT.
> The use of these image is to develop an environmental monitoring programme
> of protection areas. These areas have a great hazard of disappearing. Thus,
> is essential the use of geoprocessing and remote sensing  tools to reduce
> the deforesting. We also develop researches on climatology, like rain
> forecast, air masses movements, likely fire points, sea and land surface
> temperature, and others.
> Since now, Iâm glad for your attention, and Iâll send you a file 
> containing
> the image weâve captured to make clear what we  are looking for.
> TÃlio Paz
> Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
> Fone: +55 8133206271 / 8133206272
> http://www.dtr.ufrpe.br/geosere/


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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: UJY-297454
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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