ENVEO is partner in the Ice Sheets CCI Project, which is part of the Climate Change Initiative of ESA. ENVEO is leading the ice velocity product (ice sheet wide and time series for major ice streams) and is contributing to the grounding line production from SAR data.
Data sets are made available through ENVEO's CryoPortal (http://cryoportal.enveo.at)
ENVEO is partner in the Ice Sheets CCI Project, which is part of the Climate Change Initiative of ESA. ENVEO is leading the time series of calving fronts and grounding lines of major outlet glaciers of Greenland. ENVEO is further leading the production of ice sheet wide ice velocity maps from Sentinel-1 data, as well as high-resolution time series of ice velocity for the margins of the Greenland ice sheets.
Products are provided through the ENVEO CryoPortal (http://cryoportal.enveo.at).
ESA STSE Project investigates the capabilities and limitations of the current CryoSat2 SARIn processor for mapping mountain glaciers.
Project Team: University of Edinburgh (PI), Mullard Space Science Laboratory of the University College London (MSSL), ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH, and IsardSAT
Project partners: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), German Aerospace Center (DLR), Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), British Antarctic Survey (BAS), ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL), University of Hamburg.
ESA EXPRO, Contract 4000113445.
In collaboration with scientists from the Politechnico Milano and Metasensing GmbH, ENVEO carried out an airborne tomographic L-band SAR field campaign on the Pitztal Glacier.
Integrated Applications Promotion (IAP) - Enhanced Flood Forecasting System for Critical Infrastructures Protection in Medium Size Alpine Catchments (EFFORS). ESA Feasibility Study. Project website: http://artes-apps.esa.int/projects/effors
Project Partners: German Aerospace centre (DLR) (PI), ASTRIUM, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC), ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH, Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), Astrium GEO-Information Services / Infoterra GmbH.
ESA Contract 4000109920.
Support To Science Element (STSE) CryoSat + Cryosphere, Theme 1: Thickness and Grounding Line Locations. ESA Study.
Project website: http://www.stse-glitter.org/
SnowPEX is an international collaborative effort funded by the European Space Agency (ESA). Under the lead of ENVEO the project aims to intercompare and evaluate satellite-based seasonal snow cover products of hemispheric to global extent in order to assess their accuracy, resolve possible discrepancies and elaborate guidelines for further improvement. More Information can be found at the project website: http://calvalportal.ceos.org/projects/snowpex