Topic outline

  • Ocean and Sea Ice (OSI) SAF webinars (2/3): Sea Ice Parameters

    Webinar with Steinar Eastwood (Met Norway) and Olivier Membrive (Meteo France)

    27 January 2022, 12:00 UTC; Register here

    After you register, we invite you to answer 3 questionsGo to poll*

    This is the second in the series of 3 Ocean and Sea Ice SAF (OSI SAF) webinars providing an overview of the OSI SAF products and their applications, explaining how they are processed and validated, what they can be used for, and how they can be used. New means for accessing the data will be highlighted, and some on-line demonstration will be included.

    The webinars are aimed at both existing users of the OSI SAF products and those who are not familiar with these products. They are free and open to all.

    Find our more about the OSI SAF webinar series and register:

    *Your feedback is important both before and during the webinar, as users and potential users' feedback are leading the OSI SAF development activities and updates.



    • How to participate

      We'll meet you on Zoom Webinar 

      Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool with a local, desktop client and a mobile app that allows us to meet online. 
      You do not need an account to join the session. To join, simply click the link provided when registering. (Troubles joining?)

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      1. For better audio quality, please prepare a headset with a microphone.
      2. Join 5-10 minutes early to test your audio. Here is how to do it
      3. Use your real name. 

      Need help in Zoom?

      We want to make sure you get support when you need it. During the session, please use the Chat window and select Send to: Support to send a message to our colleagues who can help you. 

      Your questions on Slido.com

      During the webinar, we will be using Slido to answer your questions. Go to Slido.com and use #OSISAFICE or click here. No log in required. You can join Slido from your phone.



      • Recording and resources

        The webinar will be recorded. After the session, the recording will be made available at this page. 

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