A dedicated project to validate the CAMS forecast and reanalysis products on ozone and precursor trace gases, aerosols and greenhouse gases.
A unique NO2-sensor that combines a high accuracy with a small size.
Innovative air quality measurements from a bicycle basket
Ground-based measurements of tropospheric NO2 for satellite validation
Producing fully characterized and traceable reference measurements for independent validation of satellite measurements, using MAX-DOAS type instruments. (PI: BIRA, BE)
A unique atmospheric observatory in the Tropics, where processes can be studied with large impact on global climate.
Satellite observations of ozone are used to forecast the clear-sky UV index for today and the next few days, and in combination with MSG cloud data yesterday's UV dose is determined.
New sources of wind information for NWP.
New high-quality satellite data sets essential to assess the fate of atmospheric ozone and better understand anthropogenic impacts.
Fast Retrieval Scheme for Clouds from Oxygen absorption bands
The TROPOMI instrument is the payload on the Copernicus Sentinel 5 Precursor, that measures trace gases, clouds and aerosols.
Satellite-based climate data records of the energy and water cycle
Near-real time and historic Meteosat cloud properties, surface radiation, and precipitation
Long-term satellite-based cloud property datasets
Research into air quality in China in cooperation with Chinese and European partners
Pre-operational precursor service of the Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Service
Long-term ozone data sets for climate studies
A new emission inventory and ensemble forecast for East China.
Emission estimates based on satellite observations.
Near real-time satellite data products of the atmospheric composition.
Satellite Application Facility on Atmospheric Composition Monitoring
Calibration/Validation of SCIAMACHY data products
The Support to Aviation Control Service (SACS) aims at supporting the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centers. This is achieved by delivering NEAR REAL-TIME data of SO2 and volcanic ash derived from satellite measurements. The SACS multi-sensors system also include
The European Natural Airborne Disaster Information and Coordination System for Aviation, a H2020 project. Towards closing the significant gap in European-wide data and information availability during airborne hazards.
Multi-sensor synergeric algorithm development for the Earth Clouds and Radaition Explorer mission.