The European Space Agency’s Earth Observation for Sustainable Development (EO4SD) Climate Resilience Cluster is holding a webinar to demonstrate the potential for Earth Observation to contribute to climate resilient development objectives. The webinar “How can EO data support climate resilient development?” will take place twice on the 11th June 2019: 10-11 am CEST / 3-4 …
Month: May 2019
Applying a novel analytical theory, scientists have a fast new way of retrieving snow grain size – and albedo – from Sentinel-3 data. Read more about the importance of snow grain size and the results obtained in the Pre-Operational Sentinel-3 snow and ice products (SICE) project in ESA EO portal featured story.
The “Euro Data Cube Facility” service contract was Kicked-off on April 23 for a project duration of 3 years, focusing not just on development of innovative product, but mostly on an operational service to be used by millions of people around the world. An initial portfolio of services will be available after 6 months and …
Ice is without doubt one of the first casualties of climate change, but the effects of our warming world are not only limited to ice melting on Earth’s surface. Ground that has been frozen for thousands of years is also thawing, adding to the climate crisis and causing immediate problems for local communities. Read the …
Follow the links and find out about the importance of studying the whole water cycle and how this has been tackled in the Mediterranean within a recently published paper presented at the Living Planet Symposium.
We are realising the new global model of Earth’s lithosphere and upper mantle by combining gravity anomalies, geoid height and gravity gradients complemented with seismic, thermal and rock information
Photos from the Living Planet Symposium 2019 in Milan.
By working together, ESA and the EC will be able to shape better how we contribute to the challenges of achieving a sustainable Europe by 2030 and goals set in the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate
The new PolSARpro 6.0 BIO Edition is available now at step.esa.int You can download it here : http://step.esa.int/main/download/polsarpro-v6-0-biomass-edition-toolbox-download/ Join discussions on PolSARpro and polarimetry in our dedicated forum https://forum.step.esa.int/c/PolSARpro
Experiments show that SMOS can help improve errors in extreme events forecast lead times by 36–72 hours in the extratropics.