Topic outline

  • About the course

    Course title: The temperature of the sea surface
    14 April 2021, 12:00 UTC, with feedback session at 15:00 UTC
    with Lauren Biermann and Christine Traeger-Chatterjee

    Discover Global sea surface temperature data from the SLSTR instrument onboard the Sentinel-3 satellites, including data access, visualization and processing.Tools used in this short course will include CODA, Python, Jupyter Notebooks & SNAP.

    In this short course you will learn:

    • What exactly "Sea Surface Temperature' is.
    • Why the temperature of the ocean matters.
    • How we measure sea surface temperature from satellites.


    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. 

    Joining the session

    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. 

    For Q&A, go to Slido.com and use #EUMSC13 or simply go to https://app.sli.do/event/ndpbrfuo (no log in required). You can join Slido from your phone.

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