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30.05.2023 The Swot CalVal site in Baie de Veys (Normandy, France) is set up and running

Lidar flights trajectory over the Swot 1-day orbit track in the vicinity of the Baie de Veys in Normandy, France (credit M2C Lab, Université de Rouen).

Swot "Adopt a Crossover" is also ongoing on the rivers and coastal areas. The Baie de Veys site has been installed in March, and now Lidar flight synchronized with Swot 1-day orbit are performed[more]


30.05.2023 Swot CalVal field work on the Amazon River

Situation map (Credit SGB/CPRM-IRD).

The SGB/CPRM (Geological Survey of Brazil) and IRD (France) realized a joint field work on the Amazon River for the calibration and validation (CalVal) phase of the Swot Satellite. [more]


10.05.2023 Validating Swot measurements in the Western Mediterranean Sea

SST situation map of the FaSt-Swot campaign on April 21, 2023, with the two Swot wide-swaths (delimited by the white parallel lines) and the study area (white box) (Credit Imedea/Socib; SST data: EU Copernicus Marine Service)

A series of at-sea campaigns to calibrate and validate the Swot sea surface heights are ongoing. One of the Mediterranean Sea at-sea campaign was recently carried out, with interesting results to be compared with the Swot...[more]


02.05.2023 May 2023: Swot in an Estuary-River system

Swot should bring a whole new perspective on coastal and estuarine studies. The Swot-UK project is focused on such an area, with especially strong tides.


25.04.2023 The global OHC - EEI product is now in version 5.0

The global Ocean Heat Content and Earth Energy Imbalance has been updated in version 5.0 with the temporal period January 1993 - May 2022.


24.04.2023 New CFOSAT SWIM Ice products

CFOSAT SWIM ICE products provide sea ice detection, sea ice probabilities indicators that can be used either to improve SWIM data assimilation or to take benefits of the CFOSAT polar coverage to complement other sea-ice...


21.04.2023 April 2023: Calibrating Swot over the oceans

Swot over oceans (Credit Cnes/Mira Production)

A series of oceanographic campaigns is starting this month to compare in situ measurements with those of Swot, to calibrate them.


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