Month: March 2017

RV Polarstern, tropical South Atlantic, 31 March 2017

RV Polarstern moves into the tropics

/ 31 March 2017

RV Polarstern, just passed Tropic of Capricorn, 29 March 2017

Oliver talks about the Polarstern's experience in tropical waters

/ 30 March 2017

RV Polarstern, Southern Brazil abeam, 27 March 2017

We look back to a very calm weekend without any surprises.

/ 28 March 2017

RV Polarstern, South Atlantic, 24 March 17

Just a short update with the weekend coming up. The humidity I talked about yesterday gave us a nasty surprise.

/ 24 March 2017

RV Polarstern near 45°S 058°W, 23 March 2017

As every year on 23 March, today is the worldwide day of Meteorology, proclaimed to remember the founding of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in 1950.

/ 23 March 2017

South Atlantic near 51°S 065°30´W, 21 March 2017

Welcome on board the German research vessel Polarstern, on its expedition number 105 (PS105).

/ 21 March 2017

No plain sailing on this voyage of discovery

If you would like to experience a sea voyage from southern Chile to northern Germany on a research vessel demonstrating the importance of meteorological satellites to maritime safety - but the risk of seasickness isn’t your thing - stay tuned!

/ 16 March 2017

Monitoring the health of corals with satellite data

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has been recently placed under red alert for coral bleaching. Here we explain how to keep an eye on corals with satellite data.

/ 10 March 2017

The journey for Copernicus ocean product quality from Sentinel-3A launch to operations

The Sentinel-3 Validation Team met recently at the European Space Agency in Frascati to discuss the quality of Copernicus ocean colour, altimetry, sea surface temperature (SST) and land cover products. Here are some highlights of progress towards the upcoming operational...

/ 3 March 2017