Monitoring the Global Environment
Detect and utilize global phenomenon in daily life.
We can learn the ozone distribution, and use this information for predicting harmful ultraviolet rays.
We can detect El Niño phenomenon and determine climate trends like temperature, rainfall level, number of typhoons, and the end of the rainy season.
We can observe approaching yellow dust and improve aircraft security and safety.
We can know the current sea ice and pack ice distribution at all times and use this information to improve ship security.
We can estimate distribution of land surface temperature and determine the influences of temperature and insolation on crops and thus prevent damage from the cold.
We can plot the red tide distribution and more precisely control water purity.
We can map the rainfall distribution, and use this information for abnormal climate investigation and flood forecasting.
We can estimate soil wetness and use this data to select cultivation methods and grazing areas.
We can track landform change and thus create and update maps so we can manage land utilization development.