We will also demonstrate how you can access and work with ocean colour data provided by EUMETSAT using CODA and Python Jupyter Notebooks.
You can watch the recording of the short course here below:
Within this topic we will look at the format of the Sentinel-3 marine data files, and the processing that takes place to get raw data measured by the satellite sensors down to a usable product.
Overview of ocean colour products from CMDS: to access the video, please use the password 'copernicus'.
Within this book you will find two chapters. The first covers the processing that takes place to generate the data that is ultimately received by users of the CMDS. The second chapter goes in to the format of these data files, and the information that can be extracted from them.
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PDF of the slides used for this presentation.
This link provides access to the example code we used during the shortcourse