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The Change Service () & Monitoring Service (CAMS), implemented by on behalf of the European Commission.
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Copernicus ECMWF 8h
Good news: It's not too late to apply for this training opportunity! The deadline has been extended until this Saturday 24 October.
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Copernicus ECMWF 10h
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Copernicus ECMWF 10h
🌲Well-managed forests have a complex role in supporting economic activity, biodiversity and carbon sequestration. is working with the Change Service to develop applications and datasets for the forestry industry. More➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF 14h
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Copernicus ECMWF 14h
Join us for today's at 12:00 BST/13:00 CEST with experts in and , including Change Service's . Watch live on ' YouTube channel for Romanian bears and more!➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 19
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 19
🌐The continues to be one of the largest and deepest of recent years. This Monitoring Service animation shows its evolution from the beginning of August until this week. More on ozone monitoring➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 19
✏️Applications for the Joint Atmospheric Composition Training Course close tomorrow! Don't miss this opportunity to learn directly from the experts, including scientists from the Monitoring Service. More information➡️
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Mark Parrington Oct 17
Three years ago ex-hurricane Ophelia, huge Portugal & sent a thick plume of aerosol across much of northern Europe as seen in this Monitoring Service forecast from 16 Oct 2017
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Antje Inness Oct 16
1/3 Today's analysis from Service shows that the continues to be large and values in the over the South Pole are below 1 mPa in a broad layer.
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 16
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 16
🌍Sea level rise presents a major challenge to coastal communities and businesses worldwide, but data from the Change Service can help them prepare for these growing risks. Read more in our annual European State of the Climate➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 16
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 16
Attending week but missed our panel discussion during the event? Not to worry, registered participants can now watch the replay of 'Mad About Data' on-demand. Get started making your own and connect with us➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 16
📅After months of hard work, today is the last day of 2020's ! Join us to find out about the teams' solutions to technical challenges facing the Monitoring and Change Services, as well as . More info➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 15
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 15
Melting glaciers present a . Net changes in their mass drives sea level rise as well as affecting alpine communities. The Change Service's annual European State of the Climate tracks glaciers as a key climate indicator➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 15
🌐Now that 2020's ozone hole is past its maximum extent, we can compare it side-by-side with our decades-long record. How do you think it sizes up next to other recent years? How and why the Monitoring Service tracks ozone➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 15
💻Want to check this out for yourself? The new EFAS reforecasts dataset is now live in the ➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Oct 15
📅Interested in bridging science and society with climate services? Join the Change Service's today at 's free webstival to hear the latest developments at and our partners Sessions last until 13:00CEST➡️
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