The International SST FRM Radiometer Network Workshop
The ISFRN Workshops bring together scientific and operational users and producers of in situ radiometer SST data to review progress, achievements and potential developments within the radiometer community. The workshops are open to anyone actively involved and/or interested in SST science and the use of in situ radiometers.
The aim of the ISFRN Workshop is to:
- present and discuss ship-borne satellite SST validation activities and results within the community,
- explore and encourage data use,
- explore instrument uses and designs,
- to share the findings of the partners in the ISFRN service,
- and to help develop future priorities.
Details of the 2019 workshop, including links to all the presentations can be found here .
Details of the 2020 workshop, including links to the recordings, can be found here.
Details of the 2022 workshop can be found here.
Pre-registration to these meetings are required. There is no registration fee. For details on how to register, please follow the links to the specific year of the workshop.
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