Workshop on Using Earth Observation for Water Quality Monitoring
This virtual workshop delivered by JNCC aimed to raise awareness of how Copernicus satellite data can aid water quality monitoring in freshwater, estuarine and marine environments. Case studies demonstrated a range of applications, including
- Seabed mapping
- Quantifying plastic pollution
- Detecting eutrophication and toxic algal blooms
- Tracking oil spills, and
- Helping to predict responses to climate change.
In conjunction with the workshop, Plymouth Marine Laboratory ran a short online training session on how to select, access and process marine EO data made freely available under the Copernicus programme.
Please use the below-mentioned links to access
- The full workshop programme
- The workshop resources, and
- The training resources