The ozone hole tour
The ozone hole tourwith Alessandra Cacciari, Julia Wagemann, Federico Fierli
This short course focuses on the analysis of the Antarctic and Arctic ozone hole in 2020.
The short course consists of two parts:
- 18 February 2021, 12:00 UTC (13:00 CET) | Live webinar including a practical hands-on session
- 23 February 2021, 14:00 UTC (15:00 CET) | Live feedback session - to attend please click here.
The live webinar on 18 February gives you an introduction to the topic and the practical training material and has two parts: (i) first, the basics of stratospheric ozone science and observational techniques will be discussed and (ii) second, a practical hands-on session allows learners to learn more about ozone data from the GOME-2 and IASI instruments aboard Metop-A/B/C, how it can be analysed and animated.
Between the short course and the feedback session, you can work with the data in a self-paced manner. During the feedback session, we will discuss open questions and feedback.
You can engage and ask questions via Slido.com: #EUMSC11 or simply click here.
Start familiarising yourself with the data and practical training material ahead of the short course.
See the section 'Jupyter-based training platform and practical training material' on how to get access .
Please register in advance for the live training session in Zoom, please use this link.
How to register?
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. The session will be recorded.