Webinar with Steffen Kothe (DWD), Uwe Pfeifroth (DWD), Christine Traeger-Chatterjee (EUMETSAT), Antonio Vecoli (EUMETSAT).
14 June 2023, 12:00 UTC
This online short course presents SARAH-3, the latest edition of the SEVIRI-based climate data record on surface radiation, generated by the Satellite Application Facility on Climate Monitoring (CM SAF).
During the approximately two-hour course, participants get the chance to learn from CM SAF experts about all important features and highlights of the data record. In a hands-on session, users start working with the data to get insights into data handling and data formats.
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- Introductory presentation, C. Traeger Chatterjee, EUMETSAT
- Surface Solar Radiation based on Satellite Observations - the new SARAH 3 Climate Data Record, U. Pfeifroth, DWD
- Data access and the CM SAF R Toolbox, S. Kothe, DWD
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