2022 UN Ocean Conference

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Save our Ocean, Protect our Future

The Ocean Conference, co-hosted by the Governments of Kenya and Portugal, comes at a critical time as the world is seeking to address many of the deep-rooted problems of our societies laid bare by the COVID-19 pandemic and which will require major structural transformations and common shared solutions that are anchored in the SDGs. To mobilize action, the Conference will seek to propel much needed science-based innovative solutions aimed at starting a new chapter of global ocean action.

 

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06/27/2022, 12:00am - 07/01/2022, 12:00am
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The Government of Kenya

The Government of Portgual

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Introductory Webinar: Satellite Remote Sensing for Urban Heat Islands
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National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS)

Global Heat Health Information Network (GHHIN)

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Introductory Webinar: Introduction to Population Grids and their Integration with Remote Sensing Data for Sustainable Development and Disaster Management

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Intermediate Webinar: Satellite Observations and Tools for Fire Risk, Detection, and Analysis

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Intermediate Webinar: Satellite Observations for Analyzing Natural Hazards on Small Island Nations

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Caribbean Center for Rising Seas

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Advanced Webinar: Using Earth Observations for Pre- and Post-Fire Monitoring

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Introductory Webinar: Fundamentals of Remote Sensing

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These webinars are available for viewing at any time. They provide basic information about the fundamentals of remote sensing, and are often a prerequisite for other ARSET trainings.

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Intermediate Webinar: Using NASA Remote Sensing for Disaster Management

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Introductory Webinar: Overview of the Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System (GDACS)

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Introductory Webinar: Introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar

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A limitation of optical satellite remote sensing is that it depends on cloudless, well-illuminated areas to produce quality data. This is especially problematic for collecting data during nighttime, around storms, and in densely-forested areas. Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a solution for many of these obstacles. SAR can observe the Earth's surface day and night, through most weather conditions, and the signal can penetrate the vegetation canopy. There are a number of existing SAR datasets from current and past airborne and satellite missions, as well as exciting upcoming missions.

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