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Public slide show on our climate research in Siberia
November 5, 2011



In the woods of the Siberian taiga, close to the Jennisei river, MPI-BGC has constructed a 300m tall tower for measuring greenhouse gases like CO2 and methane. Scientist Jan Winderlich repeatedly visited the remote station within the ZOTTO research project. In a public slide show he presents fascinating pictures on the research project and the beautiful landscapes at the remote Siberian station.


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