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  • Data from the Synthetic Aperture Radar and Hyperspectral Airborne campaign (SHAC) run by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the British National Space Centre (BNSC). The campaign intended to provide support for industrial and academic research into earth resource and environmental monitoring. The campaign was managed by NRSC- now Infoterra. Fourteen different locations were flown in May and June 2000 in the campaign (see Fig.1), logistical constraints requiring two aircraft be used to fly the two instruments individually. The campaign involved a large number of researchers from NERC-EPFS and CEH, BAE Systems and InfoTerra on the ground collecting information vital to making best use of the airborne data: simultaneous spectral, sun photometer and GPS measurements and the installation by DERA, now QinetiQ, of corner reflectors to gain geo-coding of the E-SAR data. The outcome was previously unavailable, state-of the art, airborne data of the UK, which informed 11 research projects. The following list details the various SHAC2000 projects flown ScotSHAC campaign in Glen Affric Woodhouse, I., University of Edinburgh Fractional ground cover estimation from hyperspectral radiometry. Davenport, I., University of Reading Radar measurements of wheat crops at the Boxworth site. Quegan, S., University of Sheffield Land Surface Biophysical Parameters from Multi-angular Hyperspectral and SAR data. Lewis, P. , UCL Carbon Offset Verification of Forest Ecosystems. Dawson, T. , University of Oxford Remote Sensing of Leaks from Aqueducts. Malthus, T.,University of Edinburgh Integration of SAR and hyperspectral airborne data for quantitative analysis of estuarine convergent fronts and water quality (ref: BNSC SHAC 99/004). Ferrier, G., University of Hull Synergy of HyMap and digital elevation data for the analysis of upland peat erosion pattern and composition. McMorrow, J., University of Manchester Thetford Forest: Retrieval of biodiversity indicators for temperate forest from remote sensing; and Monks Wood: Quantifying habitat structure and quality for woodland birds. Balzter, H., CEH- NERC Remote sensing of hydrology and vegetation dynamics in the New Forest. Milton, E., University of Southampton Assessing the environmental impact of historical basemetal mining at Parys Mountain, Anglesey, with HyMap data. Lamb, A. and Denniss, A., Infoterra Ltd.

  • Hyperspectral remote sensing measurements using the INTA Airborne Hyperspectral Scanner and INTA Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager 1500i instruments onboard the CASA 212 RS - INTA aircraft for the BIOHYPE- Biomonitoring of urban habitat quality with airborne hyperspectral observations project (flight reference: intacasa-rs_20110907_biohype). Data were collected over the Ghent, Belgium area.

  • In situ atmospheric measurements using the KIT Enduro core instruments onboard the ENDURO - KIT aircraft for the VESSAER - VErtical Structure and Sources of AERosols in the Mediterranean Region project (flight reference: 20120708). Data were collected over the Corsica, France area.

  • In situ atmospheric measurements using the SAFIRE ATR42 Core Instrument suite onboard the ATR42 - SAFIRE aircraft for the WaLiTemp- Inter-comparison of airborne and ground-based lidar measurements for the characterization of atmospheric water vapour and temperature profiles (WALITEMP) project (flight reference: as42). Data were collected over the Montpellier, France. Mediterranean Basin area.

  • In situ atmospheric measurements using the SAFIRE ATR42 Core Instrument suite onboard the ATR42 - SAFIRE aircraft for the WaLiTemp- Inter-comparison of airborne and ground-based lidar measurements for the characterization of atmospheric water vapour and temperature profiles (WALITEMP) project (flight reference: as62). Data were collected over the Montpellier, France. Mediterranean Basin area.

  • Hyperspectral remote sensing measurements using the Airborne Prism Experiment (APEX) instrument onboard the DO228-212 /D-CFFU - DLR aircraft for the HyMountEcos- Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for Mountain Ecosystems (HYMOUNTECOS) project (flight reference: apex_dlr-dornier_20120910_hymountecos_hyme2). Data were collected over the Giant Mountains (Karkonosze/Krkonose) National Park. Border of the Czech Republic and Poland area. The APEX (Airborne Prism EXperiment) instrument is an imaging spectrometer developed by a Swiss-Belgian consortium on behalf of ESA. It is operated jointly by VITO (Belgium) and RSL (Switzerland). Please see the link to the APEX website from this record for further details.

  • Hyperspectral remote sensing measurements using the INTA Airborne Hyperspectral Scanner and INTA Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager 1500i instruments onboard the CASA 212 RS - INTA aircraft for the DEHESHyrE- Monitoring mass and energy fluxes in a manipulated Mediterranean tree-grass "Dehesa" ecosystem through the integration of ground and satellite data with airborne hyperspectral imagery (DEHESHYRE) project (flight reference: intacasa-rs_20150423_deheshyre2015). Data were collected over the Las Majadas del Tieta, Spain area.

  • In situ atmospheric measurements using the SAFIRE Piper-Aztec Core Instrument suite onboard the PIPER AZTEC - SAFIRE aircraft for the BLLATE1 - Boundary Layer Late Afternoon Transition Experiment 1 project (flight reference: az07). Data were collected over the Lannemezan, France area.

  • Airborne remote sensing measurements collected on 20 June 2019 by the Natural Environment Research Council Airborne Research Facility (NERC-ARF) onboard the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Twin-Otter Aircraft for the NET-Sense - joint NASA ESA Temperature Sensing Experiment (HyTES19) project (flight reference: 2019_171a). This dataset comprises: hyperspectral data collected using a Specim Aisa FENIX imager. Data were collected over the Grosseto, Italy area.

  • In situ atmospheric measurements using the SAFIRE Falcon20 Core Instrument suite onboard the FA20 - SAFIRE aircraft for the RAIN4DUST - Contribution of flash floods to the variability of dust emission in the Sahara project (flight reference: fs26). Data were collected over the Central Saharan mountains, Chad area.