Suhyb Salama

Suhyb Salama

Associate Professor in spatial water quality and environmental hydrology. Executed many international projects related to earth observation and climate change. Director of M-GEO at Twente University.

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  • Suhyb Salama replied to [Learner left FutureLearn]

    Thank you Michele, for this clever observation, it is indeed the idea to consult current scientific advances without drawing significant conclusions.

  • hi Karl, i checked with the CATE team, and they provided me with the following:
    Hi there,

    thanks for letting us know your trouble with cate! Have you tried using cate via the jupyter hub already? You can find it here:
    To log in, use the same credentials as for
    The jupyter hub will...

  • thank you for the nice introduction and I hope you can complete this course, as it will stay open till March, so you have plenty of time.

  • i am sorry for that, i will ask the CATE team.

  • hi Louisa, I am not sure if you posted questions or facts. But you are correct about all three points. Variables are used to describe the physical process, in this case, weather, so we use temperature, precipitation wind, pressure, humidity, etc. The long term record of these variables is the reference climatic background. These variables are also...

  • @ElijahOyori Hi Elijah, thank you for being your, in this course we have an exercise about Kenya to detect drought, week two

  • thank you for being with us

  • thank you for being with us

  • Hi Finbaar, thank you, I think this site
    provides some nice comparison to historical measurements, they expected "substantial increase in the frequency of heavy precipitation events in Winter and Autumn (approx. 20%)"

  • Hi Allan, very nice observation. See this work in 2012,
    They predicted the strengthening of the seasonal pattern of wind speeds over the UK.

  • Hi Pawan, sure I remember, very nice to have you back, although online...

  • Nice to meet u, I know Ulaanbaatar, a long time ago I supervised research on sediment yields of the Tuul river. Cold indeed, keep with us I hope you will enjoy the journey with EO data