GEOCRI supports Copernicus Imaging Microwave Radiometer(CIMR) or Sentinel 11 Mission Requirements
Date of Issue 5 March 2019
Biodiversity and ecosystem sustainability, disaster resilience, energy and mineral resource management, food security and sustainable agriculture, infrastructure and transportation management, puplic health surveillance (weather extremes, water-related illness etc.) water resources management, The GEOCRI mission is to develop a user-driven approach for Cold Regions information services to complement the mainly current science-driven efforts, which will strengthen synergies between the environmental, climate, and cryosphere research efforts and foster the collaboration for improved earth observations and information on a global scale. https://www.earthobservations.org/ac tivity.php?id=114
There is the need to provide coordinated Earth observations and information services across a range of stakeholders to facilitate well-informed decisions and support the sustainable development of the cold regions globally.
Users from both the public and private sectors, including managers and policy makers in the targeted societal benefit areas, scientific researchers and engineers, governmental and nongovernmental organizations, and international bodies
See Page Page 163/180Copernicus Imaging Microwave Radiometer (CIMR) Mission Requirements DocumentIssue Date: 5 March 2019, Ref: ESA-EOPSM-CIMR-MRD-3236, Version 2.0 https://cimr.eu/sites/cimr.met.no/files/documents/CIMR-MRD-v2.0-20190305-ISSUED_0.pdf