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Planned Campaigns

2022 Facility: AGORA, Spain Date : November – December Description : A second field campaign for fine scale mapping and pollution hot-spots covering the Fall of 2022. Location : Date : October-November Description : Aerosol and trace gases in small urban areas affected by biomass burning. Location : Date : September – December Description : […]

24.04.2022

1st call for Transnational access now closed

The first call for access closed 28 January 2022. A second call will open in the Spring 2022.

01.02.2022

How do we cut GHG emissions of research without hampering high-quality international cooperation?

Being a project aimed to support society in tackling the climate emergency, ATMO-ACCESS will favour the reduction of the carbon footprint of its travel-intensive activities. But how do we cut GHG emissions of research without hampering high-quality international cooperation? 

22.07.2021

Promoting access to research platforms in atmospheric sciences

The European research community of atmospheric sciences has received 15 million euros from the H2020 programme of the European Commission, in order to promote access to its research infrastructures. The ATMO-ACCESS consortium (“Sustainable Access to Atmospheric Research Facilities”) gathers together 38 scientific institutions from 19 European countries of the atmospheric research infrastructures ACTRIS, ICOS et IAGOS, and is coordinated by the French National Research Centre (CNRS).

01.04.2021

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