JPSS

AcronymDefinition
JPSSJoint Polar Satellite System (US NOAA and US NASA)
JPSSJournal of Psycho-Social Studies (UK)
JPSSJournal of Probability and Statistical Science (Nova Publishers)
JPSSJournal of Personality and Social Systems (behavioral science)
JPSSJournal of Political Science and Sociology (Japan)
JPSSJohn Pirie Secondary School (Port Pirie, South Australia)
JPSSJoint Planning Staff for Space
JPSSJournal of Population and Social Security (est. 2002; Japan)
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The authors would like to thank the following three programs for their partial supports to this study: NOAA NESDIS GOES-R Risk Reduction Program (GOES-R3), NOAA NESDIS JPSS Proving Ground and Risk Reduction Program (JPSS PGRR), and NOAA Climate Program Office Modeling, Analysis, Prediction, and Projections (MAPP) program.
Joint problem-solving spaces (JPSS) are constructed through interaction as group members set goals, define and redefine problems, and propose actions to solve them (Barron, 2000).
JPSS actually includes five satellites that will be placed in polar orbits around Earth.
JPSS is a collaborative effort between NOAA and NASA that ensures continuity of observational data at the quality levels needed to sustain current weather forecasts beyond 2017.
Baker, Joint Polar Satellite Systems (JPSS), VIIRS Ocean Color/ Chlorophyll Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document ATBD, GSFC, Greenbelt, Md, USA, 2011,http://npp.gsfc.nasa.gov/sciencedocs/ 2015-06/474-00035_VIIRS_Ocean_Color-ChlorophylLArBD_ Rev-_20110422.pdf.
[54] Joint Polar Observing satellite System (JPSS) http://www.jpss.noaa.gov/.
NOAA has done its own international reviews, if something happens to just one JPSS satellite before the next one could be launched, there backup plan would have to rely on China for especially imagery for our weather information.
10-13, and included more than 100 representatives from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Headquarters, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and JPSS instrument providers.
This formula, used in principle 3 of the Earth Charter, reminds one of the social idea of the just, participatory and sustainable society (JPSS) proposed by the WCC Nairobi assembly in 1975.
1995) and in the JPSS project at the University of Tokyo headed by Professor Tsujii (Tsujii et al.
Using JPSS Data Products to Observe and Forecast Major Environmental