The Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature (GHRSST) is an open international science group that promotes the application of satellites for monitoring sea surface temperature (SST) by enabling  data producers, users and scientists to collaborate within an agreed framework of best practice (provides a framework for  data sharing, best practices for data processing and a forum for scientific dialog, bringing  to the user).


During the past few years, GHRSST community has encouraged the engagement with the final users of SST products, promoting the discussion about the strengths and limitations that users face in different applications. For instance, for ocean dynamics applications the uncertainty in SST differences (gradients) is rather more critical than the uncertainty in the absolute value. This is how Jordi Isern-Fontanet and Cristina González-Haro researchers at ICM, and members of the PTI-TELEDETECT became scientific team members of the Feature Fidelity Task Team (F2T2) that aims at addressing issues of uncertainty of satellite-derived  fields in relation to the study of oceanographic features at mesoscale and smaller, i.e <O(100 km).
Place: Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC)
Dates: from the 27th June to the 1st July.
Format: hybrid: on-line and in person.