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 ==== Training Workhsop on Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data ==== ==== Training Workhsop on Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data ====
  
-== Bridging the gap in SAR processing in Africa ​==+== Bridging the gap between Optical and SAR processing, especially ​in developing countries ​==
  
-    ​* 1- Lusaka, Zambia: October 10 - 14, 2016 +SAR remote sensing provides a new dimension for measuring various bio-geophysical parameters of the features on Earth surface. SAR sensors are advantageous in comparison to optical remote sensing because of their day/night capabilities and penetration through even dense cloud cover. Since 2016, CEOS WGCapD has provided the following SAR Training Workshops, on data access, awareness, processing, and applications,​ to users in developing countries:​ 
-       * ({{workshop-sar:Report_CEOS_WGCapD_SAR_Training_Workshop_in_Zambia_10_14_October_2016.pdf|Final Report}}) + 
-    * 2- Pretoria, South Africa ​in January 2017 +|**1 - Lusaka, Zambia:** October 10 - 14, 2016 {{sar-workshop:sar_training_workshop_lusaka_zambia_oct_2016_report_web.pdf|Lessons Learned ​Report}}| 
-    * 3- Libreville, Gabon in February 2017+ 
 +|** 2 - Pretoria, South Africa:** 20 – 26 January2017|| 
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 +|** 3 - Libreville, Gabon:** 20-24 February2017|{{sar-workshop:​agenda_sar_training_libreville_gabon_feb_2017.pdf|Agenda}}|{{sar-workshop:​sar_training_workshop_libreville_gabon_feb_2017_report_web.pdf|Lessons Learned Report}}| 
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 +|**4- Tshwane, South Africa:** 4 - 7 May, 2017|{{sar-workshop:​agenda_sar_workshop_isrse_tshwane_southafrica_may_2017.pdf|Agenda}}|

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