Freely available training materials for anyone wishing to understand how to use and interpret satellite data.
You can get training resources in these ways:
- From this online Training Library. You can also subscribe to this via our Training Library RSS feed.
- Via our courses on the Training Zone
- On EUMETCast. Note: The EUMETCast training channel is currently a pilot and we welcome any feedback. Feedback can be given via the Helpdesk or eumetsat_users on Twitter.
For an introduction on how to interpret Metesat (MSG) imagery see the MSG Interpretation Guide
MSG Interpretation Guide
31 December 2005
Guide to weather, surface conditions and atmospheric constituents.
ASMET 4: Tropical Cyclones over the Southwest Indian Ocean
31 October 2005
Meteorological satellites are particularly valuable in Africa due to the lack of conventional surface-based observations and weather systems that are less easy to predict with Numerical Weather Prediction computer models.
Monitoring Severe Convection with MSG (Case Study South Africa)
07 July 2005
The main objective of the lecture is to review the MSG channels relevant for monitoring severe convective storms.