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IMK-ASF
Prof. Dr. J. Orphal
H.-v.-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Leopoldshafen
Tel: +49 721 608-29121
Fax: +49 721 608-24742
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Events
November 2017
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Upcoming

Jan. 09, 2018 - 17:15
Prof. Gerhard Adrian

40 Jahre Simulation mesoskaliger Prozesse in der Atmosphäre – von Fallstudien zur operationellen Wettervorhersage Sonderkolloquium zum 80. Geburtstag von Prof. Franz Fiedler

Jan. 11, 2018 - 14:45
(1) Heike Vogel (2) Bianca Adler (3) Melanie Karremann (4) Emanuel Christner

TRO-Seminar

Jan. 16, 2018 - 16:45
Prof. Dr. Christoph Raible
, Physikalisches Institut

North Atlantic Atmospheric Circulation Changes during Glacial and Interglacial Times

Jan. 23, 2018 - 16:45
Prof. Dr. Juerg Schmidli
Goethe University Frankfurt, Institute for Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences

On the mountain boundary layer: Diurnal valley winds and exchange processes over complex terrain

Jan. 25, 2018 - 14:45
(1) Aiko Voigt (2) Norbert Kalthoff (3) Olga Kiseleva (4) Andreas Fink

TRO-Seminar

Feb. 01, 2018 - 14:45
(1) Markus Augenstein

TRO-Seminar

Feb. 06, 2018 - 15:00
Prof. Raymond Pierrehumbert
University of Oxford, Department of Physics

Titel folgt

Feb. 08, 2018 - 14:45
(1) Andreas Wieser (2) Anke Kniffka (3) Jan Handwerker (4) Maiken Vassel

TRO-Seminar

Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research - Atmospheric Trace Gases and Remote Sensing

The Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research (IMK) - Atmospheric Trace Gases and Remote Sensing (ASF) investigates dynamic, microphysical and chemical processes in the Earth’s atmosphere, with the goal to understand, quantify and predict its natural variability and long-term changes.

Accurate measurements of atmospheric trace gases from various observational platforms (ground-based stations, air craft, balloons, satellites) provide the data that are required for the modelling of atmospheric processes.

Particular focus of the activities of IMK-ASF is to investigate the complex links and feedbacks between climate change, dynamics and transport, and atmospheric chemistry.

NEWS

BrONO2
Diurnal variations of BrONO2 observed by MIPAS-B at midlatitudes and in the Arctic

The main goal of these observations was to check the current understanding of stratospheric bromine chemistry and to estimate the amount of lower-stratospheric inorganic bromine, which has been assessed to be about 21–25 pptv.

More information

AoA
MIPAS-Envisat observations of the stratospheric age of air

shed light on the variation of the stratospheric residual circulation in time scales of years, and help to uncover gaps of current understanding.

Links to the highlights: http://www.imk-asf.kit.edu/english/2984.php; http://www.imk-asf.kit.edu/english/3024.php

NaFoLiCA
Fog measurement campaign in the Namib desert

In the project Namib Fog Life Cycle Analysis (NaFoLiCA), scientists from the KIT are investigating the dynamics of the fog in the Namib together with other partners.

To the project webpage