Deliverables available for download

We have uploaded our submitted deliverables which you can download from

kepler-polar.eu/deliverables/

Some deliverables were not intended to be publicly available, however we have uploaded a good number of these. If you have questions about the others (if there is no link then they’re submitted to the EC but not uploaded here) then please contact us

kepler-polar.eu/contact/

kepler @ ASSW/aos

We had to cancel/postpone our open town-hall meeting at the Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. ASSW is the premier Arctic science event organised by the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), and it runs every year. Being both a political and science based meeting it is the ideal platform to perform two-way dialogue with key stakeholders, and thus will reschedule for ASSW2021.

We also planned to run a community workshop at the 5th Arctic Observing summit (AOS) held during ASSW. This workshop would bring together nationally and internationally recognised Earth Observation and in-situ monitoring Arctic experts, with an aim to strengthen the calibration and validation of remotely sensed products, and forecast model data assimilation within Copernicus.

Our submitted abstract is available to view here, we hope to follow this up next year.

YOPP Science Workshop 2020

Photo: Thea Schneider (University of Potsdam)

KEPLER participated to the YOPP Science workshop, held at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany, 17th-18th February 2020.

Frank Kauker, work package 5 leader, presented the work undertaken so far towards deliverable 3.4- The final report on research gaps in terms of integration/assimilation of space-based and in situ observations to fill in order to improve Polar Regions monitoring and forecasting capabilities.

Click the link below to read more about this workshop at the Polar Prediction Project website

ARCTIC FRONTIERS 2020

Nick Hughes from Norway’s ice service, with the poster for @arcticfrontiers presenting a summary of current development activities in @KeplerEU, @ExtremeEarth_EU, @ARCSARNETWORK, @CIRFA_SFI, and @IceWatchASSIST@CSEOLab IceWatchApp

Ole Jakob Hegelund from @Meteorologisk@Istjenesten presenting WP1 user requirements for an improved @CopernicusEU to monitor the #polar regions @arcticfrontiers

Thank you to all those who joined us on Tuesday for KEPLER’s interactive live streamed side event- “Evolving the @CopernicusEU programme for the Polar Regions” #Tromsø, #Norway

KEPLER at Arctic Frontiers 2020, 26-30 January, Tromso, Norway

KEPLER @ ARCTIC FRONTIERS

We would like to invite all to our interactive side event @arcticfrontiers 2020 “Evolving the @CopernicusEU programme for the Polar Regions”. We will be streaming live from the meeting in #Tromsø, #Norway

29 January 18:15-19:15 CET. More info and registration at https://eu.eventscloud.com/website/614/sents/