Delivering & exploiting surface temp observations for Africa

EarthTemp Network Workshop Karlsruhe, 23-25 June 2014

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The aim of the workshop is to share new techniques for relating surface temperature observations in sparsely observed and interface regions, to understand the use of these temperatures, to develop new collaborative projects for Africa, and to support the surface temperature community in articulating key steps forward for the future.

The meeting will be attended by around 60 researchers with backgrounds in both in situ and satellite surface temperature measurement in all domains (land, lake, coastal and ocean).

Africa has strong environmental interest in surface temperature across its varied landscapes, with increasingly useful but challenging satellite observations and with particularly sparsely observed and available digital in-situ datasets.

The registration page is here, look for the EarthTemp logo on the right-hand side.

Please submit your poster abstracts when registering. There is no registration fee.

Further information and a meeting programme can be found at the EarthTemp Network website

You can register for this year???s meeting here

Earth Observation Science Group, Space Research Centre, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Leicester, Leicester. LE1 7RH.

Tel. 0116 229 7705