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Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service: a method of monitoring volcanic emissions; Temporal Satellite Imagery Datasets for Advancing Methodological Developments: a list; NASA ARSET Training...
These are the topics of our #34 newsletter issue:
🛰 Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service: a method of monitoring volcanic emissions
🛰 Temporal Satellite Imagery Datasets for Advancing Methodological Developments: a list
🛰 NASA ARSET Training: Assessing the Impacts of Fires on Watershed Health
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Did you know that the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service has a method of monitoring volcanic emissions?
🌋 The emissions from volcanoes significantly affect the atmosphere and air quality of our planet.
➡️ Main topics:
🌋 How does CAMS monitor volcano eruptions?
🌋 Bringing satellite data to the earthly life
🌋 The long-range effects of volcanic eruptions
🌋 Testing new SO2 detection approaches
🌋 Cumbre Vieja, a rare opportunity for such an eruption in Europe
🌋 Hunga Tonga – Hunga Ha’apai, a massive SO2 transport across the Indian Ocean
🌋 How CAMS monitors its own data quality
🌋 Atmosphere Monitoring for everyone, free to access
Discover Temporal Satellite Imagery Datasets for Advancing Methodological Developments: Corentin's Comprehensive List
👩🏾💻 Are you in search of a satellite imagery dataset that includes temporal data?
👩🏾💻 With Corentin's extensive list, you can now explore a wide range of pre-processed datasets with annotations to enhance your methodological advancements.
Worth a look!
📰 “Satellite Image Time Series Datasets” on GitHub.
NASA ARSET Training: Assessing the Impacts of Fires on Watershed Health
🔥 This training will highlight uses of NASA Earth observations (EO) for pre-fire land cover mapping, watershed delineation and stream mapping, post-fire burn severity mapping, and pre- and post-fire riverine and freshwater water quality.
🔥 This three-part training will highlight case studies that use remote sensing data for assessing the impacts of fires on watersheds.
🔥 This training will also provide participants with hands-on exercises for using NASA EO for these assessments within the Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) and Google Earth Engine.
To access more training, events, conferences and workshops, visit Geoportal.tech and find much more!
Thanks for reading! See you next week!
— Rafaela Tiengo