Copernicus Climate Change Service (CS3) Essential Climate Variable products derived from observations - Lot 4: Land Hydrology and Cryosphere (C3S_312b)
The main objective of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) presented in this proposal, is to directly respond to the requirement to provide free and open access to quality-assured global and regional Essential Climate Variable (ECV) products derived from in-situ and remotely sensed Earth Observation (EO) data.
The proposed service focuses on Terrestrial ECV’s in the land hydrology and cryosphere domain and will operationally produce and deliver, or broker access to a suite of Climate Data Records (CDRs) and Intermediate Climate Data Records (ICDR) for the ECV variables of Soil Moisture, Glaciers, Lakes, and Ice Sheets.
- Tracy Marie Scanlon
- Preimesberger, Wolfgang
- European Centre for Medium-Range
- EODC Earth Observation Data Centre for Water Resources Monitoring GmbH
- Collecte Localisation Satellites (CLS)
- University of Reading
- University of Leeds
- Universität Zürich
- Technical University of Denmark - National Space Institute