Welcome to participate SatCO2 Training Workshop 2019!
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There are two Training Workshops about SatCO2 in April 2019.These two  courses will consist of a few lectures providing an overview of the SatCO2 capabilities, after which participants can test the SatCO2 software, including visualization of multiple data sources from a remote database or local data, spatial analysis on the 3D Virtual Earth, time-series analysis, user-defined algorithms, satellite product validation, estimation of the air-sea CO2 flux, and harmful algal bloom detection. Both beginners as well as advanced remote sensing data users are welcome.
1)IOCS-2019 Training Workshops
The fourth International Ocean Colour Science (IOCS) meeting will take place from 9 to 12 April 2019 in Busan, South Korea. Three training workshops will be offered free of charge prior to the IOCS-2019 meeting, all of which will take place on Monday 8 April 2019 at the Haeundae Grand Hotel (same venue as IOCS-2019).
Training Workshop 3: SatCO2 Training: A Marine Satellite Data Online Analysis System
Date & Time: 14:00-17:00, 8 April 2019 (Monday)
Venue: Haeundae Grand Hotel, Busan, South Korea
Register Information:
Note:You must first register for the IOCS-2019 meeting in order to receive the links to register for these courses.The course  will have limited capacity (20 participants per course) so please register early to avoid disappointment. 
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2)GOA-ON Training Workshops
The 4th Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON) International Workshop will be held in Hangzhou, China from 14 to 17 April 2019.There will be two special events organized on 14 April 2019 afternoon to extend the coverage of the workshop.
Special Event 2: Ocean Carbon from Space (SatCO2): Joint Science Training Workshop
Date & Time: 14:30-17:30, 14 April 2019 (Sunday)
Venue: Zhejiang Hotel, Hangzhou, China
                Delu Pan, State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics (SOED/SIO), China
                Chen-Tung Arthur Chen, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, China
                Yan Bai, State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics (SOED/SIO), China
                 Feng Zhang,   Zhejiang Provincial Key Laboratory of Geographic Information System, Zhejiang University
This training workshop is consisted of four activities:
  • Keynote speech: Current research efforts targeting satellite remote sensing to increase understanding on the ocean carbon cycle (Ocean Carbon from Space);
  • Product launch: Introduction of the 4th version of SatCO2 software and online database from State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics (SOED);
  • Hands-on training: SatCO2 software can be accessed free of charge and technical assistance will be available;
  • Discussion and Q&A.
Who should attend?
  • Scientists/Experts in remote sensing and biogeochemistry
  • Scientists/Experts in coastal ocean monitoring
  • Relevant sectors in the Government
All interested parties are encouraged to attend.
  • The attendance of this special event is free of charge. However, online registration is required.
  • The medium of instruction for this special event is English.
  • The GOA-ON Workshop will neither charge registration fee nor cover the travel and accommodations of participants who are ONLY attending this special event. If special event participants are interested to join the GOA-ON Workshop, they are welcome to register on-site.
  • The GOA-ON Workshop will offer the conference room and coffee breaks to support this special event.
Contact: Dr. Samuel Wang (Coordinator)    E-mail:
SatCO2 is a marine satellite data online analysis system, which can simultaneously fulfill visualization and project scientific calculations of multiple-sources satellite data, in situ data, and modeling data on a three-dimensional virtual Earth. The major functions of the SatCO2 are summarized as follows:
                    Online access of satellite remote sensing products from the system database;
                    Three-dimensional Earth visualization and scientific computation;
                     Analysis and evaluation of multi-source data (satellite, in situ, and model);
                     User-defined algorithms and new product generation;
                     Estimation of air-sea CO2 exchanging flux;
                     Opening for integration of professional modules.
SatCO2 is free of charge, and was jointly developed by the State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics of the Second Institute of Oceanography of the State Oceanic Administration (SOED/SIO/SOA, China) and Zhejiang Provincial Key Laboratory of Geographic Information System of Zhejiang University (GISLAB/ZJU, China).
Please note that participants need to bring their own laptops with 64-bit Windows operating system. If the computer does not have discrete graphics card, the system may run but some functions are not available (for example, in situ data display and symbolization), or the entire system may not run.