Launching the European Network of Earth Observation Networks (ENEON) (public)
Splinter Meeting SPM1.29
Mon, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Room R3
Through the European Commission’s ConnectinGEO project, the European Network of Earth Observation Networks (ENEON) is going to be launched, including space-based, airborne and in-situ observations networks with the goal of enhancing the use of Earth Observations for assessments, forecasts, and predictions of GEOSS SBA topics and Copernicus services. Anyone working with EO data (also in-situ) and willing to participate in the network is welcomed in this session, from existing European networks and Copernicus services providers to SMEs and the EO industry sector.
Open Surface Solar Irradiance Observations – A Challenge
Lionel Menard, Daniel Nüst, Simon Jirka, Joan Maso, Thierry Ranchin, and Lucien Wald
Fri, 17 Apr, Room R13. 10:30–10:45
Link to the abstract – EGU2015-6607
Towards the creation of a European Network of Earth Observation Networks within GEO.
The ConnectinGEO project
Joan Masó, Ivette Serral, Lionel Menard, Lucien Wald, Stefano Nativi, Hans-Peter Plag, Shelley Jules-Plag, Daniel Nüst, Simon Jirka, Jay Pearlman, and Martine De Maziere
Fri, 17 Apr, Room G1. 16:15–16:30
Link to the abstract – EGU2015-13792