(31.03.2011) Spring Bloom in the Kattegat and western Baltic Sea
This year’s spring bloom in the Kattegat and western Baltic Sea can be clearly detected with satellite data (here: MERIS sensor onboard ENVISAT satellite). Chlorophyll concentrations and extent of the spring bloom can be seen here
(17.03.2011) Brockmann Consult to be presented on the ESA-MOST dragon cooperation programme.
BC runs the BEAM training as a part of the Advance Training Cource in Ocean Remote Sensing in the State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, P.R. China Within the framework of the ESA-MOST dragon cooperation programme
(03.02.2011) ESOV-NG 2.0 released.
The version 2.0 of the ESOV NG application has been released and it can be downloaded from the Esov distribution web site
ESOV NG allows users to visualize and print Instrument swaths, Ground tracks, Zone coverages, Ground Station Visibility and to generate overpass table for generic Earth Observation LEO satellites. Support for Envisat, ERS-1, ERS-2, Cryosat, ADM, SMOS, Metop is built in, more satellites can be added easily.