Topic outline

  • Marine Weather Forecasting

    Webinar with Carla Barroso and Ivan Smiljanic (EUMETSAT)

    8 June 2022, 12:00 UTC; Register here

    Satellite data products are relevant tools for monitoring marine weather and sea state conditions, as situ observations over ocean are scarce. Without satellite data, in essence, marine forecasters are left to rely solely on model data. In this course, you will learn through practical examples how to better assess current sea and marine weather conditions, and the accuracy of NWP forecasts, with the aid of scatterometer and altimeter data.


    • How to participate

      We'll meet you on Zoom Webinar 

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      3. Use your real name. 

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      Your questions on Slido.com

      During the webinar, we will be using Slido to answer your questions. Go to Slido.com and use #EUMSC32 or click hereNo log in required. You can join Slido from your phone.


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