The Copernicus Sentinel Atlantic Meridional Transect Fiducial Reference Measurements workshop will serve as a forum for discussing the performance of Sentinel -1, -2 and -3 at retrieving ocean colour, sea surface temperature in the open ocean and coastal environments. It will identify potential strategies for the validation of Sentinel missions in the future. The workshop will address four main themes:
We have a number of speakers already confirmed for the event:
Dr Jeremy Werdell (Keynote) - FRM Procedures, methodologies and protocols
Prof Peter Minnett (Keynote) - Infra-Red Radiometry and Sea Surface Temperature
Bertrand Chapron - C-Band radar
David Doxaran - Validation of satellite ocean products in Coastal waters
Constant Mazeran - Atmospheric correction
Anne O'Carroll - SLSTR validation
Dr Shubha Sathyendranath - Ocean colour validation in the open ocean
Dr Kenneth Voss - Instrumentation and Emerging technologies
Dr Menghua Wang - Validation of satellite products in open ocean waters
*Please book your accommodation after registration. A special rate for the hotel hosting the workshop is available for £109 single / £119 twin for bed and breakfast per night . Please quote JIPLYMOU1906 when booking to receive this discount.*
Registration closes 30th April 2017, however, if you wish to submit an abstract the deadline for this is the 28th February 2017.
The event fee for standard delegates is £100 which covers the cost of catering and room hire.
Abstracts for an oral presentation or poster are welcome.
Abstracts must be a maximum of 300 words.
You can upload your abstract during registration or email it to Jenny Lockett, Project Manager (email@example.com).
The event fee for trade delegates is £150 which covers the cost of catering and room hire as well as a space for a stand at the event.
The programme below is subject to change, please check back for updates.
AMT27 Planning Meeting - Closed Session by invite only. Location: Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Welcome plenary session
(Presentations = 10 minutes + 5 minutes of questions
Keynotes = 25 minutes)