Ocean, climate, environment and satellites: the Argonautica project uses satellite location data from Argos and satellite oceanographic data from the Jason family and others. It is being carried out in partnership with marine professionals and scientists.
Argonautica, intended for use with primary and secondary school classes, has three main components
Tracking marine animals fitted with Argos transmitters, highlighting how climate variations impact their movements.
Tracking experimental buoys and professional buoys by satellite to understand ocean currents and the relationships between ocean, climate and the environment.
Studying the impacts of environmental and climate variations on our planet's water resources using satellites and experimental buoys.