Data service providing the latest processed satellite images of earth to inform research, monitoring and development.
We offer a unique service providing earth observation data that can support and inform a wide range of scientific and commercial sectors, including water quality, habitat monitoring, volcano research and monitoring, farming, aquaculture, transport, and recreation.
We have the capability to automatically receive, archive, process and map global data from
multiple polar-orbiting satelites in near-real time allowing the support of global studies and sectors. We also receive and process data from multiple geostationary satellites.
This service is hosted at two sites; data processing and analysis is provided by the
Remote Sensing Group at Plymouth Marine Laboratory
and data reception and archiving is provided by the Dundee Satellite Receiving Station at the University of Dundee. For further information see our downloads.
The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Earth Observation Data Acquisition and Analysis Service
(NEODAAS) is managed by the National Centre for Earth Observation and funded by NERC to support UK research scientists with
remote sensing data and information.
True colour composite image of Plymouth Sound
Suspended particulate matter in Plymouth Sound
Median sea surface temperature, July 2015
MODIS colour composite full pass browse image, June 2015
Sentinel 1 image of Plymouth Sound and surrounding area
Reanalysis of prior ocean surface upward mass flux of carbon
Sea surface temperature derived from the Operational Mercator global ocean analysis and forecast system
MODIS annual chlorophyll a for the Atlantic during 2014
MODIS derived regional chlorophyll for the Western Mediterranean
OSI-SAF derived north polar ice concentration, extent, type and drift
AVHRR thermal infra-red full pass browse image, June 2015
Meteosat SEVIRI colour composite full Earth disc image, October 2015
Landsat8 image of suspended particulate matter in the Tagus estuary, Portugal
Landsat8 image the Thames estuary, London.