ESA Carbon Science Cluster

a network of ESA funded projects aiming at promoting networking and collaborative research in Carbon science

ESA Carbon Science Cluster

a network of ESA funded projects aiming at promoting networking and collaborative research in Carbon science

ESA Carbon Science Cluster

a network of ESA funded projects aiming at promoting networking and collaborative research in Carbon science

ESA Carbon Science Cluster

a network of ESA funded projects aiming at promoting networking and collaborative research in Carbon science

ESA Carbon Science Cluster

a network of ESA funded projects aiming at promoting networking and collaborative research in Carbon science

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A tool for self-education in the field of Polarimetric SAR data analysis and a comprehensive suite of functions for the scientific exploitation of fully and partially polarimetric data sets

Version: 6.0

A common architecture for ESA Toolboxes

Version: 7.0

Released on: 22/07/2019

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The ESA Carbon Science Cluster aims at promoting networking, collaborative research, and fostering international collaboration in carbon cycle science. It involves different ESA funded projects and activities bringing together different expertise, data and resources in a synergistic manner ensuring that the final result may be bigger than the sum of the parts. With this approach ESA wants to contribute to establish an stronger European carbon cycle research area in close collaboration with CEOS partners, the Global Carbon Project, European Commission and other European and international partners.

UPCOMING EVENTS

4th Carbon from Space Workshop: Characterising the land component of the Carbon Cycle and its connection with the ocean and atmosphere

October 25 - October 28

Background Over the 5 years since the 3rd Carbon from Space workshop in Exeter in 2016, the efforts to implement the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) Carbon Strategy[1] have led to detailed plans for new satellite launches including, among others, Copernicus CO2M, BIOMASS, NISAR, FLEX, OCO-2, OCO-3, GEOCARB, GEDI and IceSat-2, all with potential …

Oct 25
4th Carbon from Space Workshop: Characterising the land component of the Carbon Cycle and its connection with the ocean and atmosphere
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