KEPLER Online Round Table

The KEPLER project is seeking feedback from those working with offshore and coastal engineering in Polar Regions.

The project has prepared a number of recommendations as to how the European Copernicus programme can evolve to better serve the needs of users in the Polar Regions, and the purpose of this questionnaire is to find out whether you think that these are appropriate for your use cases, or whether they require further work.

The KEPLER Online round table: Engineering & Researcher information requirements consists of a short pre recorded video by Nick Hughes- (Project Coordinator and Ice Services leader at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute) and ten questions.

Please provide your feedback here:

Participate in the KEPLER Online Round Table- Engineering & Researcher Information Requirements

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