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23 November 2022

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UK Government commits close to £400 million to Earth Observation research and industry projects

The National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) welcomes this week’s news of major UK investments, signalling recognition of the value of our Earth Observation (EO) community who are working to use space assets to protect our planet. 

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22 November 2022

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UK research consortium led by the NPL and NCEO receives £5 million investment to grow national greenhouse gas measurement capability

London November 2022 – The National Physical Laboratory (NPL), alongside the National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO), the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS), the University of Bristol, and the James Hutton Institute have been awarded £5m in funding to develop the UK Greenhouse Gas (GHG) measurement capability in support of the UK’s net zero transition.

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15 November 2022

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220,000 tonnes of methane likely released from Nord Stream gas leak

220,000 tonnes of methane are likely to have been released from the ruptures in the Nord Stream gas pipelines, new satellite data has revealed.

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7 November 2022

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Data Assimilation Minus the Maths | Free Online Course

This free online course aims to provide an introduction to the basic concepts of data assimilation without assuming a background in mathematical concepts or any specialist subject knowledge.

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9 November 2022

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NCEO Science Showcase at COP27

The 27th session of the United National Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) is being hosted this week by the Arab Republic of Egypt at the Sharm el-Sheikh International Convention Centre.

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8 November 2022

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Research reveals highest volcanic plume ever recorded

The devastating Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai eruption in January 2022 created the tallest volcanic plume ever recorded, new research has shown.

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