The Dragon Programme is a joint undertaking between ESA and the Ministry of Science and Technology of China designed to encourage increased exploitation of ESA and Chinese Earth Observation satellite data within China.
The ERS programme celebrated its 30th anniversary on 17 July. Today, we are still exploiting ERS data and experts continue to work on improving the altimeter, radiometer and SAR data the programme acquired.
The 2004 Envisat and ERS Symposium was held in Salzburg - Austria from 6 to 10 September 2004. The 2004 Envisat and ERS Symposium provided a forum for investigators to present results of ongoing research project activities and assess the development of applications and services.
Brochure composed of 6 leaflets describing ERS Marine Applications. Includes inserts: Wind and Wave forecasting, Bathymetric mapping, Oil pollution monitoring, Sea-Ice monitoring, Offshore oil and gas exploration, Marine climatology.
Within the framework of the Dragon Programme, a joint collaboration between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), ESA and NRSCC are providing a series of advanced thematic training courses on remote sensing applications hosted by university and research institutions in P.R. China.
This document has been prepared by an ESA Specialist Panel charged with the task of reviewing research work and progress so far, and making recommendations for future developments and integration of satellite radar data into operational crop monitoring systems.