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

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

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Karlsruhe Meteorological Colloquium
25.09.2017
Dr. Wiebke Schubotz
Sonderseminar!
KIT Campus Süd, IMK-TRO, Geb. 30.23, Wolfgang-Gaede-Str. 1, Physikhochhaus 13.OG, Seminarraum 13-02
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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.

 

 

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New Endowed Professorship at KIT: Risks of Extreme Weather Events

Joaquim Pinto’s Research Focuses on Regional Climate and Weather Hazards – AXA Research Fund supports a new Chair at IMK-TRO

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Successful 2nd European Hail Workshop in Bern

The "2nd European Hail Workshop" took place from 19.-21.4.2017 at the University of Bern

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Transregio „Waves to Weather“

DFG supports current aspects of weather research at SFB/ Transregio 165 „Waves to Weather“. IMK is involved with many projects at Transregio.

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Atmospheric research in the Valley of the Dead Sea

Researchers Study Change in the Dead Sea Valley

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Saharan Dust: Reliable Forecasts for Photovoltaic

PerduS Project Examines Yield Loss of Photovoltaic Panels Caused by Desert Dust – Preliminary Investigations Point to a Potential Loss of Output Between Ten and 20 Percent

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Climate Researchers Warn of Risks from Air Pollution in West Africa

Air Pollutants over Megacities Might Affect Regional Climate Change ...

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