East Coast Node has announced details for their 3-day training course 23-25 June in Charleston, SC

Are you interested in using oceanographic satellite data in your work but don't know where to start? The NOAA CoastWatch East Coast Regional Node will offer a three-day course, June 23-25, 2020, at the Hollings Marine Laboratory in Charleston, SC, where participants will learn about environmental satellite data and how to easily obtain it. Participants also gain hands on experience working with the data of interest to them.

A major goal of the course is to provide scientists, students and resource managers, who are not regular users of satellite data, with the knowledge and tools they need to incorporate satellite data into their research and management projects. Hands-on lab time to learn the tools is part of the course.

More information and class registration is here:

https://eastcoast.coastwatch.noaa.gov/cw_satellite_class.php  

 

 The 5-7 February 2020 training course at the University of Puerto Rico in San Juan PR will take place as planned.  This course is being jointly hosted by Gulf of Mexico/Caribbean Node and West Coast Node.  More information and sign up here.