GMES & Africa and Copernicus Marine Earth Observation
During the classroom phase of this training course, you will be given to opportunity to work with data from Sentinel-1, 2 and 3 and the Copernicus services in ways aligned with your own research interests and planned future uses of the data. Members of the training team will be present to help with questions about the data and software, and provide feedback for you.
We would like you to suggest a small project that you would like to work on during these few days. At the end of the course you will be asked to present a short summary on what you have done, your experiences working with the data and future plans. You are free to work together with other participants if this suits you. We have provided some ideas below for those of you who are new to the use of marine satellite data.
We will discuss the concepts of the satellite data value chain during the classroom phase, however, towards the aims of GMES&Africa and Earth Observation service development, you may wish to consider the following:
To complete this section, please post in the discussion forum below about your ideas for a mini project. You should state: your region and topic of interest, and the particular type(s) of data you would like to work with.
If you need some inspiration, you can look at the mini project ideas page below, and/or some recent case studies using Copernicus data:
Suggestions and ideas for how you could use Copernicus data during the classroom phase.
Please post your idea for your mini project here.