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KEPLER’s Best Practice Guide

KEPLER have produced a Best practice guide for Earth Observation information use by research vessels and stations. The aim of this is to ensure researchers that participate in science performedfrom research stations (such as those within the EU INTERACT network) or ice-strengthened research vessels… Continue Reading “KEPLER’s Best Practice Guide”

KEPLER’s Final Newsletter

The latest and final KEPLER newsletter- summarising Summer 2021’s activity is now available to view below. This edition includes a recap of all KEPLER activities up to the end of the project, highlights from the Final General Assembly, the Review meeting and links to… Continue Reading “KEPLER’s Final Newsletter”


End of project dissemination continues for KEPLER – this week, project Co-ordinator Nick Hughes presented KEPLER project highlights and main achievements at ESA’S Polar Science Cluster Collocation Meeting. For more information check on ESA’s website below:

Thanks from KEPLER

As we wrap up the KEPLER project, the team would like to thank all participants in the project, both project members and those that have input to workshops and questionnaires and all other activities – we’re grateful for your efforts, which have contributed to… Continue Reading “Thanks from KEPLER”

KEPLER Conclusions

After 2½ years investigation into end user and stakeholder information requirements for the Polar Regions, the KEPLER project has now reached its conclusions on how Copernicus  should proceed during the period 2022-28. This includes an end-to-end operational system Roadmap based on a comprehensive review… Continue Reading “KEPLER Conclusions”