Ocean and Sea Ice (OSI SAF)
The OSI SAF provides comprehensive information on the ocean-atmosphere interface.
Satellites collect continuous, long-term global observations of the oceans.
Altimetry data is used to determine sea level height, wind speed and wave height.
Providing information on ocean living ecosystems, water quality and sediment dynamics.
20 November 2020
27 March 2020
In addition, EUMETSAT’s Meteosat satellites provide hourly measurements of sea surface temperature, while the Metop satellites provide global observations of ocean surface wind, sea ice, and sea surface temperature, plus collect in situ observations of the ocean through the ARGOS system.
By Gorm Dybkjaer and Eva Howe (DMI) and Anne O'Carroll (EUMETSAT)
The processing of remotely sensed ocean colour data into useful bio-optical products requires multiple processing stages that account for a host of optical processes that determine the relationship
Developing a generic tool for generation of System Vicarious Calibration gains for Ocean Colour missions.
This study investigated novel methods of calibration for the Copernicus Sentinel-3 OLCI and SLSTR instruments.
Improving cloud detection in coastal regions for S3 SLSTR SST products.
Drs Michael Schaale & Thomas Schroeder developed methods to use S3 Ocean Colour data in complex coastal marine environments.
Blake Schaeffer talks about an app his agency has developed, which provides Sentinel-3 data to water quality managers.
EUMETSAT plays a key role monitoring wildfires, biomass burning, vegetation, land temperature and even soil moisture from space.