JMA Virtual Laboratory
For Satellite Training and
Contributions to the WMO/CGMS-VL
The Virtual Laboratory for Satellite Training and Data
Utilization (VL) was established to maximize the use of satellite data
around the world. It is a collaborative effort that connects the world's
major satellite operators with WMO Centers Of Excellence in satellite
meteorology. These centers serve as satellite-focused training resources
for WMO Members.
JMA Virtual Laboratory users must note the COPYRIGHT
information and DISCLAIMER below.
- Outline of
Meteorological Observation by Satellites and its Applications
- Introduction to
- Objective Cloud
- Processing of Satellite
Environmental and Marine Products
- Rainfall Estimation
from Satellite Observations
- Microwave Remote Sensing
- Characteristics of
Microwave Satellite Data and their Application to the Typhoon Analysis
- RGB image composites
- Flash version
- PDF version [Complete:
4,291 KB, Part1:1,017
KB, Part 2:
808 KB, Part 3:
235 KB, Part 4a:
1,473 KB, Part
4b: 1,071 KB,
(C) 2008 by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). All Rights reserved.
- The intellectual property rights of JMA's VL resources, SATAID
and its manual belongs to JMA.
- There are no restrictions in using JMA's VL resources, SATAID
and its manual for non-commercial purposes.
- JMA's VL resources and SATAID should not be reproduced and not
be provided to any third party.
- The source should be properly acknowledged in any work obtained
with the JMA's VL resources and SATAID.
JMA does not guarantee regarding the correctness, accuracy,
reliability, or any other aspect regarding use of JMA's VL resources
The user assumes the entire risk related to use of JMA's VL resources
- JMA does not accept liability for any damage caused by the use
of JMA's VL resources and SATAID.
- Further support on JMA's VL resources, SATAID and relevant manuals
are not be guaranteed.
- Please observe data policies of each satellite operators when
using or converting their satellite data.