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NetCOLOR community webinar

Sep 29th, 2021

Chair by Anders Knuby
Speakers: Rakesh Kumar Singh, Postdoctorate at AquaTel &
Carlos Araújo, PhD candidate at AquaTel
Thank you for your participation!

3rd National NetCOLOR meeting

March, 2021

Virtual on Whova
34 presentations (oral and videos)
Over 80 attendees registered with an average of 50 attendees each day
Thank you for your participation!

NetCOLOR Phase 1 Report


2020 NetCOLOR meeting

Postponed to later this year due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns

University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
Abstract submission deadline: March 31st, 2020

2017 NetCOLOR meeting

13-15 February 2017

Bedford Institute of Oceanography (BIO), Dartmouth, NS
Thanks to funding support from MEOPAR

NetCOLOR Committee meeting

7-8 March 2016

At Université Laval, the committee charged with writing the final report for the first phase of the NetCOLOR program met at Université Laval. The report will be available for distribution early in 2017.

2015 NetCOLOR Fall meeting

17-18 November 2015

John H. Chapman Space Centre
Thanks to funding support from MEOPAR

2nd International Ocean colour Science Meeting

15-18 June 2015

San Francisco, CA
The second International Ocean Colour Science (IOCS) meeting was convened by the International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group (IOCCG), with sponsorship from NASA, NOAA, EUMETSAT, ESA and CNES as well as the Moore Foundation.This was the second in a series of IOCS meetings with the overarching theme of "Application of Ocean Colour from Climate to Water Quality". These biennial meetings is to build a strong global user community for ocean colour science and applications, and to foster exchange between the research community and space agency representatives.

NetCOLOR kickoff meeting

11-12 September 2014

Université Laval, Québec, QC
The NetCOLOR steering committee held a two day meeting to discuss the implementation of a national strategy for the dissementation of aquatic remote sensing products and opportunities for collaboration between end users and government and university researchers.