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12 August 2020

News

Coccolithophore blooms in June

According to NEODAAS (NERC Earth Observation Data Acquisition and Analysis Service) researchers based at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) this summer we may have seen the largest ever Coccolithophore bloom recorded off the coast of Scilly. 

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11 August 2020

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Accurate deep-learning estimation of chlorophyll-a concentration from the spectral particulate beam-attenuation coefficient

A new paper has been published this week in Optics Express which uses the new, state-of-the-art MAssive GPU cluster for Earth Observation (MAGEO) to retrieve chlorophyll measurements from particulate beam-attenuation coefficients using deep learning.

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29 July 2020

Blog

Running a virtual conference- Student Perspective

As a student, conferences can be intimidating, but being able to attend in your pyjamas certainly helps. Other benefits of virtual conferences include not having to worry about queuing for coffee at the break or whether you will be judged for leaving one talk to attend another.

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23 July 2020

News

Covid-19 Lockdown Measures has greatly reduced Seismic Noise levels

New research published in the journal Science has shown that lockdown measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 have led to a 50% reduction in seismic noise observed around the world from during 2020

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16 June 2020

News

NCEO DA lead contributes to global Covid-19 effort

NCEO data assimilation scientists (A. Carrassi, J. Amezcua and A. Fowler) contributed to a broad international effort to assess Covid-19 pandemic across seven countries.

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20 May 2020

News

Remote Sensing reveals that green snow is likely to spread in the Antarctic as temperatures rise

Dr Andrew Grey a researcher at the University of Cambridge and FSF (NCEO’s Field Spectroscopy Facility at the University of Edinburgh) has been working with other researchers at the University of Cambridge and the British Antarctic Survey to detect and measure green snow algae.

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