Identify and interpret atmospheric phenomena

Jochen Kerkmann discusses the characteristics of the Dust RGB and presents the challenges of detecting dust clouds (like low level dust at night over water). 

Length: 30 minutes.

Maria Putsay talks about how to create an RGB image, how to extract, distill, and package the data into products that are easy to interpret and use for forecasters.

Length: 60 minutes.

Jochen Kerkmann gives an overview on the historical development of satellites, orbits and instruments.

Length: 30 minutes.

Hamidou Hama highlights the major socio-economic and environmental impacts of dust, focuses on the meteorological processes at various scales that are responsible for raising dust/sand storms in the arid Sahara Desert and the semi arid Sahel

Christopher Perez gives an insight into Typhoons and their features.

Length: 35 minutes.

Helge Tuschy's talk offered an insight into the ingredients-based forecasting method, which assists an operational forecaster in preparing well ahead of an active thunderstorm day.

Length: 60 minutes.

Hamidreza Mosaffa presents a study that aims 1) to develop the long-term climatological SM2RAIN datasets for the period of 1998–2020 by merging two rainfall SM2RAIN products including SM2RAIN-CCI and SM2RAIN-ASCAT, and 2) to the analysis of drough

The presenter gives an overview into the mechanisms of convective lines connected to winter storms such as Emma.

The presenter is senior forecaster at the Norwegian Met-Institute in Tromso. He refers on the synoptic aspects of Polar Lows.

The invention of weather satellites has opened a new area in weather forecasting. This presentation will give you an introduction from the early starts to the future with the third generation of satellites.