South African algal blooms

Remote Sensing for Ocean-Atmosphere interactions studies and applications

Online: 1 December 2021 13:00 UTC-3 December 15:30 UTC

South African algal blooms
South African algal blooms

The Remote Sensing for Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions Studies and Applications Workshop, co-organized by EUMETSAT with the support of SOLAS and the Copernicus EU programme, is designed to support and encourage collaboration that explore and promote the use of Remote Sensing products.

Last Updated

10 November 2021

Published on

10 November 2021

The workshop will consist of daily invited talks, poster session and small group discussions. Participants are invited to submit abstracts for poster presentations.

Objectives

  • Report and inform about ongoing research in the thematic area, satellite based data.
  • Discuss unexplored potential of satellite (based) data in the field and identify gaps in terms of monitoring capability.
  • Inform on developments, tools, ways of access, available and upcoming training material and training opportunities by satellite providers.
  • Identify training and capacity building needs and associated material and collaborations.

Participants

The workshop is aimed at:

  • scientists and academics in a wide range of disciplines: climate, remote sensing, atmospheric physics and chemistry, oceanography, ocean biology;
  • representatives of services and data provider agencies.

Attendance is open and free.

How to participate

Register to join

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the workshop in Zoom.

During the workshop, we will be using Slido to answer your questions. Go to the event on Slido.com (no log in required).

Visit the Remote Sensing for Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions Studies and Applications Workshop course page to see full details, including the agenda.

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