Experts meet beginners and new users of the open-access and free Copernicus services to explore and learn about the products available for monitoring the marine environment. The CMCC Foundation is among the organizers of the training program, which will be held from 3 to 16 July, 2020.
The Copernicus Marine Service of the European Commission is offering a free online training workshop dedicated to the optimal use of its tools, last generation data sets and other services focused on the Mediterranean Sea.
The course is organized by Mercator Ocean International and CMCC Foundation – Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change, together with Dvokut-Ecro (Croatia) and the National Research Council (CNR – Italy), and will take place from 3 to 16 July, 2020.
The Copernicus Marine Service Online Training Workshop for the Mediterranean Sea, primarily targeted to beginners and new users, will be held online and involve self-directed and interactive learning. The workshop will consist of a mixture of plenary expert talks, round table discussions and hands-on practical exercises to explore the catalogue of the Copernicus Marine products, which are open-access and free for all to use. Issues covered will include Science & Climate, Marine Conservation, Coastal Monitoring, Marine Food, Society and Education.
This free training will unfold in three steps:
- Webinars Session, 3 July, 2020: general presentations of the Copernicus Marine Service, presentation of regional products (in situ & satellite observations, physical, biogeochemical and wave models);
- Practical Homework, 3 -16 July, 2020: tutorial videos, practical sessions, chat platform to discuss questions with experts;
- Debriefing Sessions, 9 and 16 July, 2020: online meetings to debrief about the practical homework with experts and trainers.
Registrations are now closed