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The application of quantitative observations from space to climate research, particularly in the context of the European Space Agency’s  (ESA) Earth Observation Programme, will be described.   Examples shown and discussed include a recent project (the ATSR Sensors) to measure, with the particularly high accuracy required, the Surface Temperature of the global oceans.

21st October 2015

Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre
Cardiff University

 Emeritus Professor, University of Leicester

Professor David Llewellyn-Jones

Studying the Earth’s Surface

Artist's impression of GOCE