The annual Living Planet Fellowship workshop took place on 25 November at ESRIN.
On this occasion, the Living Planet Fellows completing the first of their 2-year research projects had the possibility to get together, present their results, exchange ideas and interact with ESA scientists, fellows and YGTs.
The full day workshop featured presentations that showcased scientific exploitation of Copernicus Sentinels, ESA Earth Explorers, the long-term series of ESA data archives, as well as meteorological and non-ESA missions.
Novel scientific results were presented, addressing grand scientific questions about the Earth System, on four main domains: atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere.
Presentations are available below (directly access either the presentation from the icon, or the project and fellow pages from the text):
PROMCOM: Production of lower tropospheric methane and carbon monoxide distributions through combined use of ESA Sentinel-5 Precursor shortwave infrared and IASI/CrIS thermal infrared satellite data – Diane Knappett