If you are interested in coastal monitoring and environmental reporting, or if you work in fisheries and aquaculture, if you studied an Earth discipline (hydrology, ecology, meteorology, oceanography, glaciology, geology); if you work in the military, intelligence, if you are a diver or a researcher, if you work in coastal engineering, then this e-learning is for you!
The use of satellite images will make it possible to better predict, monitor and respond to harmful algal blooms in the future, and CoastObs will be able to help with that.
By: Tony van der Hiele
Despite the project hasn't come to an end, we have already sold a product to one of our end-users! Read to discover more and don't miss our interview video with her.
By: Laura Zoffoli
Do you want to check our project's results and reports? You can do that now on our website!
CoastObs presented at the SeaTech week the work "Sentinel-2 remote sensing of Zostera noltei-domindated intertidal grass meadows" which took place between October 12-16th, 2020 online.
Article by: Evdokia Bairampa
This year, the Global Ocean Action’s goal is to take action and protect 30% of our blue planet by 2030. How can remote sensing help monitor Marine Protected Areas?