The FLEX L2 Study will be presented during the International Network on remote Sensing of Terrestrial and Aquatic Fluorescence in Davos (Switzerland) next 5-8 March 2019. The latest status of the project activities and software will be shown at specific oral presentations as well as 3-hours tutorial where participants will be able to explore the content of the L2 data files.
This conference follows a series of events addressing remote sensing of vegetation fluorescence. With the Fluorescence Explorer (FLEX) –Sentinel-3 tandem mission in its implementation phase and fluorescence measurements becoming increasingly available from missions like OCO-2 and Sentinel-5 P, the network will focus on latest developments in fluorescence remote sensing. This includes fluorescence retrievals and atmospheric correction, product validation using ground and airborne instrumentation, and applications covering modeling at different spatial scales and data assimilation. In addition, we encourage contributions related to research and applications over coastal and inland waters. The International Network is open to all scientists and engineers interested in exploring the new observation capabilities and synergies provided by the FLEX and the Sentinel-3 mission.