Overview of the various missions we have been involved in to some degree.
The full-mission reprocessing of the ESA ERS Radar Altimetry (RA) Level 2 data has been completed and the new data set is now available.
A new Ocean Colour product is now available at CERSAT.
CERSAT conceived the Nephelae demonstration platform.
ESA has just opened the call for new post-doctoral research fellowships called The Living Planet Fellowship.
The extra-tropical storm Quirin was caught blowing ocean waves up to significant heights of 20.1 m on February 14 in the middle of the Atlantic.
ERS-2 was de-orbitated on 6th July, ending a 15 years long mission of earth observation.
We now provide a new database which contains the small iceberg (<3km in length) detected by altimeters using the high resolution waveforms.
Following the downward trend of recent years, the area covered by sea ice in Arctic has reached its lowest value since satellite observations began at end of the 1970’s.
The exceptional bloom of karenia mikimotoi tooks place in July 2010 in the Channel.