Part three of the Polarstern diaries has landed - read on to hear all about life as an on-board weather technician in the latest blog instalment!
The Arctic sea ice minimum is an annual occurrence that usually takes place in the month of September, when the area/volume of Arctic ice has reached its smallest after the “summer melt season”.
It’s been impossible to ignore the headlines over the summer, bringing news of scorching temperatures, devastating wildfires and worrying predictions for the future of our planet.
Meet Lothar Schüller. Lothar’s role at EUMETSAT is "Satellite Application Facility (SAF) Network Manager" - what’s a SAF, you say? Lothar reveals all during our chat.
Lothar Wolf has been working as Data Service Competence Area Manager at EUMETSAT for over 15 years.
For the past 20 years, the DWD (Deutscher Wetterdienst – the German National Meteorological Service) has been working with a group of experts, using satellite data to monitor the climate and to record changes. The Satellite Application Facility on Climate...
The world we live in requires us to have our eyes open at all times – and well-focused on Earth – so that we can leave the best possible planet for the future generations. A great part of that includes...