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Prof. Dr. Ch. Kottmeier
Head of the Institute

Dr. U. Corsmeier
Manager


Office Campus South:
Phone: +49 721 608-43356

Office Campus North:
Phone: +49 721 608-22801

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Karlsruhe Meteorological Colloquium
05.06.2018
Dr. Doug Smith
A signal-to-noise paradox in climate science
CS, IMK-TR0, Geb. 30.23, 13.OG Seminarraum

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Welcome to the Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research - Department Troposphere Research (IMK-TRO). In the field of tropospheric research, fundamental research on climate, water cycle and trace gas budgets are carried out. These atmospheric processes such as turbulence, convection, cloud formation, aerosol physics, precipitation formation and exchange processes on the Earth's surface by measurements and theoretical methods are examined in detail. The results are used in models of the atmosphere to represent and predict processes in the climate system or weather phenomena.

 
 
Spanien+Satellit
State-of-the-art data bases to advance understanding on extreme weather

Stronger, more frequent weather extremes will occur under climate change. Improved understanding of these phenomena is vital to minimize damages.

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ESKP theme special "Metropolises under pressure"

Online dossier on the development of megacities, urban climate and quality of life, question of resources and threat of natural hazards.

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Nied_SWD_Modell
Flood risk in southwest Germany

An interdisciplinary research project between IMK-TRO, IWG and GPI enables the estimations of the flood risk in Germany.

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First evaporation measurements at the Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is shrinking. We measured the decisive factor - evaporation.

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RegKlim
Modeling European and Arctic (Paleo)Climate at Regional Scales

High resolution isotope enabled regional climate models can improve significantly water isotope climatologies.

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How swelling of aerosols is dimming the atmosphere in Africa

Aerosol particles can take up huge amounts of water. This reduces the amount of solar radiation reaching the surface.

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Willis hail project is one of the Willis Tower Watson flagship projects

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DACCIWA - Weather, Climate and Air Pollution in Western Africa:

A report on the atmospheric measurements in 2016

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Saharan Dust: Reliable Forecasts for Photovoltaic

PerduS Project Examines Yield Loss of Photovoltaic Panels Caused by Desert Dust

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