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Phytoplankton Blooms spotted by Sentinel-3
Sentinel-3A has captured a number of images of the variety of species of phytoplankton that bloom in the world’s oceans and lakes.
Rapid Cyclogenesis over Ionian Sea
Rapid Cyclogenesis over Ionian Sea cancelled all marine activities and caused flooding and structural damage in early February 2012.
Medicane Qendresa hits Malta and Sicily
A Medicane (MEDIterranean hurriCANE) or Tropical-Like Cyclone (TLC) brought severe weather to parts of the Mediterranean in early November.
Sand at sea, as seen from space
On 11 April 2012 EUMETSAT’s international training project EUMETrain started tracking the movements of the German research icebreaker Polarstern.
Using HRV for fog monitoring
HRV is able to monitor fog and even fog initiation, with a threshold for air turbidity similar to the human eye.
How Sentinel-3 products are helping tackle the issues of underwater imaging
Ocean colour satellites can be used to measure light attenuation in the water column – a crucial factor when processing images.
Sulphur plumes off Namibia 'seen' by Sentinel-3
Using Sentinel-3 satellite data to explain bright waters and unusual smells during a cruise to monitor carbon.
Ship trails in the region off the Bay of Biscay
An exceptional case of ship trails was observed over the Bay of Biscay during a high-pressure situation on 26-27 January.
Storm of the century in the eastern Mediterranean
A severe storm swept over the eastern Mediterranean between 10-13 December 2010, bringing extremely strong winds, high waves and substantial amounts of precipitation to northern and central Israel.
Blooms in the Baltic Sea
An image of algal blooms and ocean eddies were captured by Sentinel-3A in July 2016.