The UK Met Office monitored AATSR in real time. The AATSR monitoring web page contains links to plots that were updated on a daily and monthly basis as part of the routine near real time processing of AATSR data at the Met Office. There are global maps of skin and bulk SSTs, time series plots, comparisons against climatology and against buoys.
The Met Office also uses AATSR data in its OSTIA system for weather forecasts. See GHRSST Newsletter No. 7 for a report on how the loss of the operational AATSR data as a reference to bias correct the other satellite data impacted on the quality of the Met Office's Operational Sea Surface Temperature and Ice Analysis.
The European Space Agency provides several sites related to ATSR:
In addition, ESA's Climate Change Initiative (CCI) programme includes a 3 year project, led by the University of Edinburgh, to produce a consolidated, global SST Essential Climate Variable (ECV) which uses the ATSR series as a reference against which all other sources of SST data are calibrated.