The 3rd Newsletter of the Land_cover_cci consortium is now available. It summarizes key results achieved during the project Phase 1, discloses the preparation of an ENVISAT ASAR data-based global water body product, and informs on preliminary results from the Round Robin. The Round Robin is now officially closed. Read more »
Two main deliverables of the project, i.e. the Product Validation Plan (PVP) and the Product Specifications Document (PSD) have been uploaded on the website and can be accessed here.
The fist Annual Review of the Land_Cover_cci project will be held at the Met Office-Hadley Center, Exeter, UK on 30-31/08/2011. The major achievements of the project obtained during Phase 1 (August 2010-July 2011) will be reviewed and discussed. Interactions with climate modelers of the Met Office (potential users of the land cover product) will also take place.
The Round Robin phase of the Land_Cover_cci has officially kicked-off on April 1st 2011 and will last several months. This exercise aims at identifying the best pre-processing and classification algorithms for the production of a global satellite data-based land cover product. Interested parties are encouraged to test and propose their own algorithms on a set of data that are made available to the external community. Read more »
The 2nd Newsletter of the Land_cover_cci consortium is now available. It addresses key results from the project URD and announces the official launch of the Round Robin. Please feel free to download it here.
The User Requirements Document and the Data Access Requirements Document of the Land_Cover_cci project team are now publically availableSubmitted by dlederer on Mon, 2011-03-07 16:25
The first two deliverables of the Land_Cover_cci project are now publically available on the project website. Read more »
The first newsletter of the ESA Land Cover CCI project has been released at the COP-16 in Cancun. The Newsletter presents the objective of the project, the partners of the consortium and the first result of the user requirements assessment. The newsletter can be downloaded here.
The Land Cover CCI project aims to design and demonstrate a prototype system delivering a global land product matching the GCOS requirements in a consistent way over years and from various EO instruments. Building upon the ESA-GlobCover experiences, this global land cover information is specifically targeting the needs of the climate change community.