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Romanian Atmospheric 3D Observatory community was held in Poiana Brasov, on 30th of October 2017. The meeting was attended by the representatives of all regional institution involved in RADO community: National R&D Institute for Optoelectronics – INOE 2000, “Babes Bolyai” University of Cluj and “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi (UAIC). Also, the representatives of National Institute for Aerospace Research “Elie […]
The 1st European Lidar Conference ELC2018 will l be organized in Thessaloniki, Greece, between 3-5 July 2018. ELC is a new initiative of European lidar scientists and aims to establish a new concept for a conference, giving emphasis on triggering extended and lively discussions among the participants, encourage them to ask questions and get answers […]
Between 8-13 May 2017, Stefan Razvan, as a winner of best essay competition, had a visit to Max Planck Institute for Meteorology. Below are his remarks. I arrived in Hamburg in the evening of Monday, 8th of May. I contacted Mr. Ilya Serikov from MPI and we arranged a meeting for the following morning. Tuesday morning I […]
The 2nd ECARS Summer School was held in Agios Nikolaos and Finokalia, Crete, Greece between 3-12 April 2017. The main objective of this summer school was to provide theoretical and hands-on training on various subjects such as: aerosol, cloud and trace-gases measurements using ground-based remote sensing networks, airborne and satellite observation with focus on dust, the […]
ECARS YouTube and Vimeo channels have been setup. Here it can be access the following clips: Earth Observation satellites Zoom into the atmosphere Why Should I Worry About CLIMATE CHANGE?
Agios Nikolaos and Finokalia, Crete, Greece, 3-12 April 2017
Read for more information about the registration (due 28th February), venue, logistics and tentative programme.
Agios Nikolaos and Finokalia, Crete, Greece 3-12 April 2017
Read more for information about the registration (due 28 February 2017), venue and logistics.
Voting for the best essay has started. You can vote on ECARS twitter account until November 8th, between the following two essays: Climate Change – A Global Challenge by Stefan Constantin Razvan form Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest Regards And Opinions On Climate Change by Alin Soritau from Babes Bolyai
The problem of global climate change is probably one of the most discussed matters in the environmental science domain, with many contradictory points of view. Numerous studies have been conducted on climate change with results ranging from apocalyptic scenarios to scenarios that suggest that there is no increase in global average temperature in the last […]