Following unusual seismic disturbances in the Baltic Sea, several leaks were discovered last week in the underwater Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines, near...
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ECFAS builds on the CEMS framework to demonstrate the technical feasibility of a coastal flood awareness system and coast-targeted mapping products for CEMS Rapid Mapping as well as Risk and Recovery...
OBSERVER: The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) Risk and Recovery Mapping component celebrates its 10th anniversary
Since then, the service has never stopped evolving to better serve its users and has become a reference in the emergency management ecosystem.
As warmer air can hold more moisture, meteorologists were already warning earlier in the year that the extreme temperatures might result in higher than normal monsoon rains...
Information Bulletin 161 - The Copernicus Emergency Management Service delivers multi-risk analyses for Delphi and Ancient Olympia archaeological sites in Greece
In April 2022, for the first time since the beginning of its service, the Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) Risk and Recovery Mapping module has been activated to perform...
Scientists are using the Copernicus Sentinels to track the impacts of the searing heatwaves and fierce wildfires that are gripping parts of the continent this summer.
Already more than 515,000 hectares have been burnt across the EU, according to data from the European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS).
Satellite images show the temperature of the land surface in southern France, Spain and northern Africa in the morning of 17 July.
On the Italian island of Sardinia authorities are pinning their hopes on an array of ultra-early wildfire detection sensors to reduce the reaction time of fire services.
This review focuses on three areas in particular, well covered by observations, which experienced much warmer-than-average conditions in the first half of 2022.