Final course round-up

We have now come to the end of ‘Monitoring the Oceans from Space’, congratulations on completing the course and thank you for your participation over the last five weeks.

We hope you have enjoyed this course, and gained a useful insight into the science, techniques and applications of using Earth observation from space to monitor our oceans, and our interaction with it. We hope that this will help you in your further work, interests and decisions, and we wish you the very best for the future.

This course has been designed and produced for EUMETSAT by Imperative Space. The producers would like to thank all of the academics, experts and institutions who have contributed to and supported production of the course. This includes the universities and research centres to which our onscreen experts are affiliated.

Special thanks goes to: Plymouth Marine Laboratory, CLS (Collecte Localisation Satellites), the National Oceanographic Centre, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pierre-Yves Cousteau, and Réserve Naturelle Marine de Cerbère Banyuls, Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science, and the National Marine Aquarium (Plymouth).

All NASA, ESA and CMEMS imagery and animations used throughout this course are used courtesy of NASA, ESA and CMEMS.

Don’t forget you can download the video and transcript with the links on the right.