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New Ocean Monitoring Indicators provide key reference for climate change 21 March 2018 The Copernicus Marine Service has released a new ocean information...
Negribreen on the move 12 May 2017 Rapid acceleration of an Arctic glacier over the past year has been detected by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites. ...
Improving land cover mapping with Sentinel-2 24 March 2017 With the pair of Sentinel-2 satellites now in orbit, users are looking ahead to mapping global...
Sentinel-3A rides the waves 04 March 2016 Following the first impressive images from Sentinel-3A, this latest Copernicus satellite is now showing us how...
Sentinel-3 and the ocean carbon conundrum 25 February 2016 Each year, about a quarter of the carbon dioxide we release into the atmosphere ends up in the...
World’s corals under threat 24 February 2016 The current El Niño weather phenomenon is taking its toll on coral reefs, prompting a field campaign to the...
International effort reveals Greenland ice loss 13 November 2015 One of Greenland's glaciers is losing five billion tonnes of ice a year to the ocean,...
Help wanted on tracking biodiversity from space 12 August 2015 Conservation organisations and space agencies are being called on to join forces to decide...
Satellites catch Austfonna shedding ice 23 January 2015 Rapid ice loss in a remote Arctic ice cap has been detected by the Sentinel-1A and CryoSat...
How does a beer cooler help understand climate? 09 July 2014 While engineers have almost finished building the first Sentinel-3 satellite for ocean...
Satellite altimetry-based sea level rise over the past 20 years 01 July 2014 Sea-level rise is one of the most threatening consequences of ongoing global...
Monitoring climate change from space 13 June 2014 How do measurements from satellites flying above Earth provide essential information on the effects of...
Sentinel satellite spies ice cap speed-up 08 May 2014 Melting at one of the largest ice caps on Earth has produced a big jump in its flow speed, satellite...
Coastal studies will benefit from the COASTALT project 28 March 2014 Exploitation of radar altimeter data over coastal areas has always been problematic as...
Pine Island retreat on the radar 27 March 2014 Twenty years of radar coverage from ESA satellites have been used to measure the rapid thinning of...
First satellite detection of volcanic OCIO 25 March 2014 A large volcanic OClO and BrO plume could be tracked from ENVISAT SCIAMACHY jointly with EOS Aura...
Using MERIS for the retrieval of suspended sediments in optically complex waters 07 March 2014 Estuaries along many of the world's diverse coastlines,...
Mesoscale marine atmospheric boundary layer phenomena observed by Envisat ASAR 24 February 2014 Mesoscale marine atmospheric boundary layer (MABL) phenomena...
Is global warming hiding underwater? 07 February 2014 Satellite observations of global sea-surface temperature show that a 30-year upward trend has slowed...
World Wetlands Day focuses on agriculture 31 January 2014 The 2014 World Wetlands Day highlights the need for wetlands and the agriculture sector to work...

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