The first day of the ISR Summer School in Banff, Canada, is drawing to a close. After an initial set of lectures given by Elizabeth Kendall, Anthea Coster, Anja Strømme, and Bill Rideout, all students have split into seven groups to think about their first exercise. Bill Rideout presented a lecture on how to use the Madrigal database, which is a distributed system hosting incoherent scatter radar data, and thus the first task is about learning how to use Madrigal, which also contains EISCAT radar data.
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Photos: Thomas Ulich.