We are pleased to announce that the ESA Land Surface Temperature (LST) Climate Change Initiative (CCI) User Workshop will be held from 14:00 BST on 24th June to 13:00 BST on 26th June 2020 at the Met Office, Exeter, UK.
The workshop is open to anyone who works with satellite LST data, or who has an interest in working with these data in the future. The workshop will provide a forum for both users and providers of satellite LST data to share their experiences and knowledge in this field. The focus of the meeting will be on LST data set development and applications.
In addition to providing a brief overview of the LST CCI project, the topics for this workshop will include (but are not limited to):
The workshop will comprise a mixture of oral and poster presentations, and group discussions.
If you would like to receive updates about the LST CCI project, or would like to contact any of the LST CCI project team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LST CCI project is developing new LST data sets targetted for climate applications. It aims to deliver a significant improvement on the capability of current satellite LST data records to meet the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) requirements for climate applications and realise the full potential of long-term LST data for climate science. The project will provide a suite of LST products in a common format with well-characterised uncertainties. Sensors processed in the project include:
In addition to single-sensor products, the project will produce:
If you would like to know more about the LST CCI project, please visit our website http://cci.esa.int/lst.
There will be no registration fee for this workshop.
Registration for the workshop is open until 22 May 2020. Please register now using our online form.
Please note that the workshop has limited capacity and registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. Registration will close early if the maximum number of participants have already registered. If this happens, please email email@example.com to be added to the waiting list to receive a place at the workshop should someone drop out.
Participants may choose to present either an oral or poster presentation when registering for the workshop. However, please be aware that there are only a limited number of slots for oral presentations so participants who have requested an oral presentation may be invited to present a poster instead.
Submission of an abstract is required for both oral and poster presentations and this should not exceed 250 words.
The deadline for abstract submission is 4 May 2020.