Mineral dust and health effects by X. Querol
inDust webinar by Xavier Querol (IDAEA-CSIC, Spain). The lecture focused on the characterisation of dust intrusions in Europe and the applications of this information on health.
High-resolution global dust map by A. Vukovic
inDust webinar by Ana Vukovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia). The lecture focused on the efforts made to develop a high-resolution global dust map. The work is part of the Sand and Dust Storm toolkit coordinated by UNCCD.
A dust-derived satellite dataset by A.Gkikas
inDust webinar by Antonis Gkikas (National Observatory of Athens, Greece). The lecture focused on the presentation of MIDAS which is a global fine-resolution dust optical depth dataset and its applications for DA.
Giant dust particles by C. Ryder
inDust webinar by Claire Ryder (University of Reading, United Kingdom). The lecture focused on the state-of-the-art about giant dust particles. The presentation slides can be found here.
Dust impacts on oceans by N. Middleton
inDust webinar by Nicholas Middleton (University of Oxford). The lecture focused on the recently published UNEP report on Impacts of Sand and Dust Storms on Oceans.
Data visualisation by I. Jimenez
inDust webinar by Isadora Jimenez (Barcelona Supercomputing Center, BSC). The lecture focused on the efforts done to develop visualisation platforms designed for specific socio-economic sectors.
Short-term health effects of dust by A. Tobías
inDust webinar by Aurelio Tobías (Institute of Environmental Assessment & Water Research, IDAEA-CSIC). The lecture focused on the methods used to assess the short-term impacts of desert dust on health.
EARLINET observations by O. Soupiona
inDust webinar by Ourania Soupiona (National Technical University of Athens, Greece). The lecture focuses on the dust properties and impact in radiative forcing, based on the analysis of EARLINET observations during Saharan dust intrusions over the northern Mediterranean region (2014-2017).
Icelandic dust forecasting by S. Nickovic
inDust webinar by Slobodan Nickovic (Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia, Serbia). The lecture focuses on the efforts made to develop the first Icelandic dust forecasts available in the Regional Center of the WMO Sand and Dust Storm Warning Advisory and Assessment System (SDS-WAS).