In the beginning of June 2017, the Urbanfluxes Consortium had their fifth progress meeting held at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Participants representing nine countries involved in the project were present at this two-day long meeting.
The project has now entered its final six months but still there are many exiting parts left, both with regards to research applications as well demonstration events presenting our methodology to estimate anthropogenic heat flux in urban areas using Earth Observation data. One main research activity that will be in focus until the end of the project will be to apply our method to the Copernicus project by using EO-information acquired from the Sentinels satellites.
The consortium has been very active regarding spreading the findings from the Urbanfluxes-project. Please visit our publication section on our website for more detailed information on out activities. Please also visit our Data repository to download some of the spatial products produced within the project. Here you can also access our station network of meteorological data for the three case study cities, Basel, London and Heraklion.