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WMO | OMM 23h
New South Wales has declared a state of emergency as parts of the state, including Greater Sydney area, and Queensland face "catastrophic" danger on Tuesday.
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Copernicus EU 18h
🔴❄️In October 2019, sea ice extent was very low, reaching either its second lowest or its lowest value for October in the last 41 years. ℹ️Data by Copernicus Climate Change Service , full report by here:
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Dr Lauren Biermann Ⓥ 2h
Kick off! First day of the 10-day workshop. We have a full house of eager attendees from all over Africa who will be learning about marine focused satellite data across the value chain
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Copernicus ECMWF 21h
And, for it's last trick, 2019's atypical has disappeared (well, closed) — much earlier than usual. This Monitoring Service animation shows it dissipating over the last five days. Full ozone monitoring➡️
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WMO | OMM Nov 8
Following a warmer than average summer, most of is expected to see above normal winter temperatures. The Arctic is warming more than 2x the global mean, and last 4 years (2014-2018) were the warmest on record. Details
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Anu-Maija Sundström Nov 8
The first joint training course on atm. composition ended today. I'm very impressed about the projects that students were able to plan and carry out in such a short time! Amazing, thank you all!
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EUMETSAT Nov 8
2 days left to send in your project ideas for the , , , and in , Estonia! If you are still looking for a team, contact . More info here:
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Copernicus EU Nov 8
An unprecedented number of fires continue to burn in  🇦🇺, according to the  Rural Fire Service .  These  &  🛰🇪🇺 captures from 6 Nov. show intense smoke plumes spreading along the coast. 
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ESA EarthObservation Nov 8
Forecasts from the Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS), which uses total ozone measurements from the processed at , have estimated that this year’s ozone hole will close sooner than usual. Read more👉
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EUMETSAT Nov 8
Animation showing the evolution of a trio of storms ⛈️: typhoon 🌀 joined by tropical cyclone and tropical storm , from 3 to 7 November.
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Vincent-Henri Peuch Nov 8
is amazing! See active fires north of Sidney monitored by (symbols) & fire plumes in Himawari-8 satellite images ( via ), about 12h ago. The two are entirely independent data! Anyone can do this anywhere now
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EUMETSAT Nov 8
A successful week of hands-on work on atmospheric composition satellite data closes today in ! Thanks to all the students and colleagues at and for hosting the course.
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EUMETSAT Nov 8
Day 5: contributes to 14 – Life below water. Our satellites have a unique capability to monitor the ocean’s health & support the use of its resources. The image below shows chlorophyll concentration as captured by in 01/2017.
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EUMETSAT Nov 8
Replying to @javimontero
Thank you for your question. However, this is not our service. Try contacting meteostat directly. We hope this helps!
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EUMETSAT Nov 8
As part of a joint , and project, skippers of the race are deploying TRUSTED buoys to gather data for ⛵️🌊📡🌍🛰️. Find out more here:
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David Shukman Nov 7
Strange but true - ‘Ice eggs' cover Finland beach in rare weather event
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Aida Alvera Azcarate Nov 7
Came to this pic to look at the Rhone river plume, but stayed for the myriad lagoons of the Camargue wetlands, France. Here a false colour view (in which water bodies stand out nicely) from (6 November 2019)
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EUMETSAT Nov 7
Day 4: contributes to 13 - . With more than 40 years of data available, we help gain a better understanding of our and how it's changing 🌍. See for example this sunshine duration anomaly map for 2019 from
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EUMETSAT Nov 7
last year we launched our third satellite: happy launch day Metop-C 🛰️📡🌍! Re-watch the lift-off from French Guiana and read more about the satellite here:
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Copernicus ECMWF Nov 7
🐧How might the affect wildlife in the Antarctic? Our newest blog from the Monitoring and Change Services explores possible effects of increased UV radiation on there. Read more➡️
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