Have you been in the field and collected data but not had the time to analyse them? Or would you like to harmonise existing data sets? Would you like your data sets to be considered SIOS core data? The State of Environmental Science in Svalbard (SESS) report will be an annual publication in which long-term monitoring on Svalbard is discussed with a focus on interactions between different Earth System Science parameters. Funding is now available for contributions to the first SESS report.
The SIOS workshop on Copernicus data for Ice and Snow took place over the course of three days (11-13 September 2017) at the University Centre in Svalbard in Longyearbyen. SIOS’s remote sensing service, led by Dr Anna Maria Trofaier, was in charge of tailoring a training session that was aimed at providing researchers with the basic skills they need to discover and process Copernicus satellite data, using only open source software environments. The focus was on multispectral satellite data from the Copernicus satellites Sentinel-2 and -3.