In the "Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)" Atmospheric Sciences at KIT ranked 16th world-wide, 1st in Germany, and best research field at KIT.
Paper in Science describes implications of emissions from Asian air pollution.
Reinhard Süring Foundation honors scientist at 11th German Climate Symposium.
Académie des Sciences in Paris würdigt Karlsruher KlimaforscherZur Presseinformation
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.
shed light on the variation of the stratospheric residual circulation in time scales of years, and help to uncover gaps of current understanding.
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.
Research aircraft HALO: Atmospheric scientists investigate the connections between monsoon and greenhouse gases and their effects on the global climate.
Climate research: International team investigates the air at altitudes of up to 20 kilometers - ammonia is the focus of the KIT scientists.
Mission with the research aircraft HALO investigates the influence of air pollution from large european cities on the earth's atmosphere.
The Scientific Council evaluates infrastructures as the basis for the decision on the National Roadmap. He describes the data generated by the AtmoSat concept as "unique" and "of the highest relevance".
Statement by the German Climate Consortium (DKK) with the participation of Prof. Braesicke on the withdrawal of the USA from the Paris Climate Agreement
The IMK-ASF is organizing on 05/06 July the 2nd International POLSTRACC Science Workshop.
With the new emission module, the atmospheric distribution of acetone was simulated with ICON-ART for the first time.