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Was the earth a snowball?

Aiko Voigt gets to the bottom of the KIT phenomenon. The results could provide insights into the extent to which life on other planets is possible.

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Reliable wind power for Europe

Comment of Prof. Joaquim G. Pinto and Dr. Christian M. Grams about the impact of climate change on European wind power

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

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IAMAS Early Career Scientist Medal for Corinna Hoose

Prof. Corinna Hoose has received the IAMAS (International Association for Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences) Early Career Scientist Medal.

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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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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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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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Studying Winter Storms in Karlsruhe

Meteorologists study the development of squalls with the help of measuring instruments on Karlsruhe’s “energy hill.”

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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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