Lectures on Ocean Climate: Marine Remote sensing and climate change

Ole Andersen, DTU Space talks on "Marine Remote sensing and climate change" as part of "Lectures on Ocean Climate".

The talk will be held at DTU, Lyngby Campus, building 307, room 127, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby.


Remote sensing is one of the fundamental tools for studying climate change. A couple of these techniques have been developed using expertise from DTU Space. Here the use of satellite gravimetry and satellite altimetry will be presented as well as their use for climate monitoring. Both for monitoring changes in the global ocean but also some recent development for monitoring changes of inland water will be presented.


Tue 18 Nov 14
10:00 - 11:00


DTU Aqua


Lyngby Campus
Bilding 307, room 127
2800 Kgs. Lyngby