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Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights 1 week ago
On 21st March, we ran our first ever webinar called ‘Getting started with JASMIN’. The aim of the webinar was to provide a basic overview for new users wanting to learn about what JASMIN is, and how to get access. Over 80 people registered, from a range of institutes and scientific disciplines. The webinar was recorded and is freely available to view here. We plan to run future webinars approximately every 3 months.
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights 4 months, 3 weeks ago
A stand at NERC’s public engagement event, called UnEarthed, was recently run by CEDA (Centre for Environmental Data Analysis*) staff. UnEarthed was a showcase of the diverse environmental science undertaken by NERC scientists, ranging from decaying Puffins, making clouds in a bottle, to virtual reality floods. The event was free to attend at Dynamic Earth, in Edinburgh, and nearly ~7000 people visited over 4 days.
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights service announcements 9 months, 2 weeks ago
We are very pleased to announce a new map-application for locating scenes and scans from a range of Earth Observation data sets held in the CEDA archive. The CEDA Satellite Data Finder provides spatial, temporal and satellite filters for data from the following satellite missions:
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights Satellite data 12 months ago
CEDA are pleased to announce that Sentinel 3A SLSTR data are now available in our archive.
Posted by: CEDA Helpdesk in CEDA highlights 1 year, 1 month ago
Five years ago today, an initial 4.5 petabytes of high-performance storage was brought online, signalling the ‘birth’ of JASMIN and revolutionising access to environmental science data for NERC. JASMIN is half super-computer and half data-centre and provides a globally unique platform at STFC, hosted for computing and storing UK and European environmental science data.