Oceanographer Eva Prieto, 39 and hailing from Spain’s Asturias province, ventured into her field with no female inspiration in sight but with plenty of support from her loved ones. Now, Prieto, employed by Predictia since 2022, is involved in a program to help young female students to boost their academic and professional careers.
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Our state-of-the-art vision model, born from the ECMWF Code 4 Earth program, is now available on Hugging Face. Say goodbye to the limitations of low-resolution reanalysis datasets - ConvSwin2SR enables quick and cost-effective access to high-resolution insights over the Mediterranean region that could be used for mitigation and adaptation policies. Allow us to guide you through this new tool.
Climate change is already having adverse effects on the transmission and spread of vector-borne diseases, and the severity of these impacts is expected to escalate. The CLIMOS project is playing an important role in mitigating and preventing the transmission and spread of vector-borne diseases.
After a Northern Hemisphere summer plagued with devastating wildfires, we've sought to delve into the monitoring capacity of fire risk indexes and we've compared them to burned area observed data. We're presenting here a data viewer to show the correlation between both — and much more.
The meeting took place in Brno (Czech Republic) and went through the main challenges and breakthroughs for the Copernicus Climate Change Service. The new Interactive Climate Atlas (due in 2024) was one of the main features in the event.