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"CENTRAL AEROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY" has participated in 9projetcsRESULT
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 Participants: 41
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The main goal of QUANTIFY is to quantify the climate impact of global and European transport systems for the present situation and for several scenarios of future development. The climate impact...

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 Participants: 17
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The extent of polar stratospheric ozone loss often referred to as the Ozone Hole is significantly influenced by climate change, and in turn, stratospheric ozone has been recognized as an important...

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 Participants: 6
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Objective

Carbon dioxide and methane amount to 93 % of the total effective contribution of the six greenhouse gases listed in the Kyoto Protocol. Despite the long history of research...

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 Participants: 65
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Reliable prediction of the future evolution of the ozone layer and surface UV is urgently required as a basis for informed decisions by European policy makers. The state of the ozone layer over...

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 Participants: 12
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The project TROCCINOX (Tropical Convection, Cirrus, and Nitrogen Oxides Experiment) will investigate the impact of tropical deep convection on the distribution and the sources of trace gases,...

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 Participants: 18
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THE AIRBORNE PLATFORM FOR EARTH OBSERVATION INFRASTRUCTURE (APE-INFRA) is a programme set up to manage the upgrading of the Geophysical, the only stratospheric aircraft available for the European...

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 Participants: 14
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EUPLEX will critically test current hypotheses for the three key processes of arctic stratospheric ozone depletion chemistry:
1. PSC formation and properties in Lee-wave and synoptic scale...

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 Participants: 15
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A good quantitative understanding of chemical ozone loss in the polar regions is necessary to predict reliably the future of the ozone layer. In the Arctic, ozone loss rates have been determined...

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 Participants: 3
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General Information

The objectives of THESEO-O3 LOSS are:
1). To quantify precisely the rate of chemically-induced ozone loss as a function of time both inside the Arctic vortex...