The Sense4Fire project partners will be attending and presenting at the Living Planet Symposium at the World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany from the 23rd-27th May


Jos de Laat (KNMI) will present On the use of daily Sentinel-5p trace gas and aerosol observations for characterising small-scale localised wildfires

Monday 23rd at 16:45 in the Bangkok room as part of the B8.03.1 Synergistic exploitation of Copernicus Sentinels -Example of Application


Vincent Huijnen (KNMI) will present a poster on Using Sentinel-5p trace gas and aerosol observations of fire plumes to constrain a global composition model: a critical assessment

Tuesday 24th from 17:20 in the Poster room


Matthias Forkel (TUD) will present Integrating the Sentinels for novel fuel, fire and emissions products to constrain the changing role of vegetation fires in the global carbon cycle

Wednesday 25th at 15:40 in the Vienna room


Christine Wessollek (TUD) will present a poster on Estimating vegetation fuel loads for the quantification of fire emissions by integrating various Earth observation data

Wednesday 25th from 17:20 in the Poster room


Niels Andela (CU) will present Understanding Earth Systems - Tracking Amazon fires in near-real time

Friday 27th at 14:30 in the Geneva Room as part of the A3.12.5 Forest Monitoring Topic


Posters will be available on our website after the Symposium


We look forward to meeting you!


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