CCI Sea Level

The main objective of the sea level CCI project is to produce and validate a Sea Level Essential Climate Variable (ECV) product. It represents the first phase of the ESA Climate Change Initiative program that aims at setting up in a second phase an "operational processing capacity of Earth Observation data"

ESA Climate Change Initiative

Climate change is arguably the greatest challenge facing mankind in the twenty-first century. Its importance has been recognised in recent reports from the IPCC and from UNFCCC, and the overwhelming economic consequences are set out in the Stern Report. Read more »

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Sea Level CCI at the EGU 2015

The Sea Level CCI team is pleased to announce its participation at the next EGU from 12-17 April 2015. The following abstracts have been submitted to EGU sessions: Read more »

New Sea Level ECV animation

Discover the new animation of the Sea Level ECV here. This includes the extension to the period covering 2011-2013.

CCI CMUG Integration Meeting

2015-05-26
2015-05-28
Europe/Rome

26-28 May 2015 at SMHI in Sweden

Sentinel-3 for science workshop

2015-06-02
2015-06-05
Europe/Rome

This event organised by the European Space Agency is dedicated to the preparation for scientific exploitation of the Sentinel-3 mission. More details are available here.

International Space Science Institute (ISSI) Workshop

2015-02-02
2015-02-06
Europe/Rome

The objective of the Integrative Study of Sea Level Budget workshop is to discuss in an integrative context recent results obtained by the ESA CCI program for the sea level, glaciers and ice sheets ECVs. More details on this workshop are available here.

European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2015

2015-04-12
2015-04-17
Europe/Rome

The EGU General Assembly 2015 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The deadline for abstracts is on 07 January 2015 13:00 CET. More information about the assembly is available here.