Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing

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Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing

Antonio Bonaduce

Research
Area of Expertise: 
oceanography

Sea-level scientist

Employment
Research Group: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing
Job Position: 
Project Manager/Senior Researcher
E-mail: 

Arash Azamifard

Research
Area of Expertise: 
computer science
remote sensing
sea ice
Employment
Research Group: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing
Job Position: 
Scientific Software Developer
E-mail: 
Phone: 
+47 476 35 983

Denis Demchev

Research
Area of Expertise: 
remote sensing

Main focus is radar remote sensing of sea ice incliding development of SAR-image processing and analysis techniques

Employment
Research Group: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing
Job Position: 
Researcher
E-mail: 

Adrien Perrin

Research
Area of Expertise: 
non-research

Development of scientific software.

Employment
Research Group: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing
Job Position: 
Scientific Software Developer
E-mail: 

Hugo BOULZE

Name
Last Name: 
BOULZE
First Name: 
Hugo
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing
Contact Information
Mobile: 
+33 81 89 00 48

Variable Conditions Challenge Mariners and Ice Forecasters

Helsinki, Finland, September 28, 2018 – The International Ice Charting Working Group (IICWG) convened its 19th annual meeting September 24-28 in Helsinki, Finland hosted by the Finnish Meteorological Institute. The theme for the meeting was “Ice Information for Navigating the Sub-Polar Seas”. 

 

Michael Hart-Davis

Name
Last Name: 
Hart-Davis
First Name: 
Michael
Middle Name: 
Geoffrey
Middle Name: 
G.
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing
Ocean Modeling

Kemgang Ghomsi Franck Eitel

Name
Last Name: 
Franck Eitel
First Name: 
Kemgang Ghomsi
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing

ARCONOR: Arctic cooperation between Norway, Russia, India, China and US in satellite Earth observation and Education

Research and higher education related to sea ice, environment, climate change, and operational conditions in the Arctic Ocean focusing on the Northern Sea Route.

The Arctic Ocean has obtained increased international attention due to changing sea ice conditions facilitating the accessibility, as well as the exploitation of its natural resources (minerals, fisheries), energy (oil, gas), and new sailing routes that are creating new challenges and opportunities. Although transportation into, within and/or through the Arctic waters has been on the agenda for several decades, the Arctic is not yet an arena for large-scale international marine transportation.

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
Research Council of Norway
Project Deputy Leader at NERSC: 
Stein Sandven
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Completed

Fabio Mangini

Employment
Research Group: 
Ocean and Sea Ice Remote Sensing
Job Position: 
PhD student
E-mail: 
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