Using Copernicus data for Atmospheric Composition Applications



This short course is an opportunity to learn about Copernicus data for Atmospheric Composition and to get examples on how to develop your own workflows based on atmospheric composition applications related to air quality or wildfires. Data from Copernicus, the European Commission’s Earth Observation programme, contain satellite- and model-based data and provide vital information on key atmospheric constituents at different spatial and temporal scales.

The session will be hands-on and leading experts in Earth Observation, Earth System Modelling and atmospheric composition will introduce you to the data and show you how you can discover, process and visualise them. You will make use of a series of freely available tools specifically developed for atmospheric composition applications. The course will be based on educational Jupyter Notebook modules, which allow for an easy and intuitive way to learn Python and Earth System data processing. No experience is necessary as various exercises will be provided for a wide range of skill levels and applications. We recommend bringing your laptop along.

Convener: Julia WagemannECSECS | Co-conveners: Federico Fierli, Christian Retscher, Mark Parrington
Tue, 24 May, 10:20–11:50 (CEST)|Pre-recorded

Session assets