Did you watch our video explaining what CoastObs is about?
We’ll leave it here for you in case you missed it
CoastObs Products & Services
We uploaded to our website a very detailed list of the
products and services
we will be providing. You can click on each box and see
every listed item with its significance, limitations, image
examples, basically all you need to know!
We invite you to go explore it.
Fieldwork, fieldwork, fieldwork
Our consortium has been busy sampling, mapping and going on
fieldwork campaigns for the validation of Copernicus EU
Sentinel-2 and -3 data. We invite you to check our blogposts,
let’s see if you find which of the sampling places spotted
For our birthday celebration, we gathered in Stirling for a
project meeting and our first review meeting. The University
of Stirling was a great host and we couldn’t have had a better
time. Read all about it here.
Did you check the ‘Events’ section on our website?
Now you can track each event we have attended by
checking our calendar,
but also by clicking on each of the activities shown. Each activity
mapped there will take you to an individual page of each event we
have attended, showing you photos of CoastObs participating there,
explaining what the event was about and in many cases showing you
the content we presented!
We will leave you with some links for those we participated on,
however we invite you to check them all in our
We have booked our calendars already for some events next year. If
you attend to any of this, go have a chat with us!
Participate in the European Space Agency’s 2019
Living Planet Symposium.
The event, which is held every three years, will take place on
13–17 May 2019 in Milan, Italy. The Symposium is
organised with the support of the Italian Space Agency and will
be focused on how Earth Observation contributes to science and
society, and how disruptive technologies and actors are changing
the traditional Earth Observation landscape, which is also
creating new opportunities for public and private sector
As every year, the marine and maritime community of Europe will
gather for the
European Maritime Day
to discuss maritime affairs and blue growth. In 2019, the
meeting point will be Lisbon on May 16th-17th and the focus will
be on blue entrepreneurship, innovation and investment to
transform traditional maritime sectors and boost emerging
technologies and value chains. A specific focus will be put
on research and innovation for a plastic-free ocean.
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@CopernicusEU has 10 online training resources that can help you navigate through the many sources of data. You can check them out here.
Our sibling project MONOCLE recorded three webinars on optical monitoring of the aquatic environment, on citizen science and on sustainability of future environmental observation. You can watch them all here. Also, don’t miss their cool video on their drone use for one of their campaigns.
@CopernicusECMWF is developing an operational service that will allow European coastal actors adapt to rising water levels associated with climate change. Read more about it here.
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