NEXTGEOSS WEBINAR SERIES 

QGIS for Earth Observation 

In this FREE webinar you will be introduced to QGIS, an open source visualization tool handling geographical data and learn how to compare different data sets of sea ice data from Copernicus and NextGEOSS.

Thursday 23rd January at 15:00 CET 

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What: Comparing Sea Ice Data from NextGEOSS and CMEMS using QGIS Sea ice data is available from many sources. In this webinar we use data from NextGEOSS and the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) as examples of sea ice data that are openly available.  

Why now: The amount of Earth Observation data and derived products is increasing rapidly. Accessing and processing of these can be complicated. Easy to use and free or low cost tools are needed to give more user access to the new information.  

Who is it for: Earth Observation data producers or managers, scientists,citizens, data managers, … H2020 projects participants involved in projects which are a European contribution to GEO

 

Meet the experts

Mohamed Babiker
Bente Lilja Bye

Mohamed Babiker

Nansen Center for Remote Sensing and Environment

Bente Lilja Bye

BLB


Welcome and hosting by Bente Lilja Bye, BLB Introduction to QGIS by Mohamed Babiker, NERSC Comparing sea ice data using QGIS by Mohamed Babiker, NERSC  

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NEXTGEOSS WEBINAR SERIES 

QGIS for Earth Observation

 In this FREE webinar you will be introduced to QGIS, an open source visualization tool handling geographical data and learn how to compare different data sets of sea ice data from Copernicus and NextGEOSS.  

Thursday 23rd January at 15:00 CET  

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