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Talk in the Climate Pavilion: High-precision measurements of greenhouse gases
June 27, 2019



On Thursday, 27 June 2019 at 19:00 Dr. Armin Jordan will give a lecture at the Climate Pavilion:

High precision measurements of greenhouse gases for an overall balance of Europe

CO2 and other greenhouse gases are constantly increasing in the atmosphere. At the same time, climate changes influence ecosystems in their capacity to absorb or release greenhouse gases.

These relationships and their effects on the climate are still insufficiently researched. Armin Jordan will show how ICOS contributes to the elucidation of these issues with measurements on land, at sea and in the air.

The climate pavilion is located from May to September 2019 in the Paradiespark on the 'Rasenmühleninsel' in Jena.


Programme Climate Pavillion May / June 2019 (in German)
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