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  • About this course

    Course title: The ozone hole tour
    18 February 2021, 12:00 UTC
    with Federico Fierli and Julia Wagemann

    This short course focuses on the ozone dataset from the GOME-2 instrument. We will discuss the basics of the stratospheric ozone science and the observational techniques. Then we will bring participants in working with datasets on an intuitive series of Notebooks to (1) familiarize with data and (2) get ready to make their own analysis and animations.

    The course has three components:
    • A science webinar on the story of ozone science and an introduction on the satellite instruments to measure the ozone in the atmosphere.
    • A guided data discovery with assignments.
    • A self paced phase where everyone can handle the data and prepare an exercise with a recap session on 22 Febr at 12:00 UTC to gather additional questions and discuss the outcome of the practical phase.

    How to register? 
    Please register in advance for the live training session in Zoom, please use this link
    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. The session will be recorded.  

    • Welcome to this short course

      Dear participant, 

      We are happy to have you here. On this page you will be able to find all important information about the course. The course instructor will populate this page for you with useful resources. After the course, you will be able to access here the recording of the session. 

      How to participate? 

      After you have registered, we will contact you by email to share the Zoom link you can use to join the live session. In order to enjoy the session, plan a quiet room and a headset. Make sure you come online 5 minutes to test your system. You may also be able to join from a mobile device. 

      During the session, for Q&A please go to Slido.com, use #EUMSC11

      Other digital tool we may use include Padlet (for collaboration and submission of assignments etc.). Both Sli.do and Padlet do not require log in or authentication and allow you to post anonymously. Apps are available for mobile devices.

      A second feedback session will be organised on 22 February at 12:00 UTC to gather additional questions and discuss the outcome of the practical phase. To join the feedback session, please use this link. 


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