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.
Ice sheet dynamics is strongly related to basal melting and geothermal heat flow, which in turn is influenced by crustal thickness variations. On the other hand, the lithosphere of the Antarctic continent is still poorly known. Different datasets (airborne gravity and magnetic measurements, seismological campaigns) exist but mostly suffer from limited spatial coverage over large …
Marking the start of a full week rich of scientific sessions, agoras, exhibits and events, with over 4000 participants from 80 different countries, the Living Planet Symposium opening session featured the following agenda: 09:00 Opening 09:05 Welcome by Italian Officials 09:20 Welcome by ESA Director General, Johann-Dietrich Wörner 09:30 Italy and Earth observation, Italian Space …