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Blog post on monitoring the arctic atmosphere
December 7, 2017



Copyright: Martijn Pallandt
Martijn Pallandt, PhD researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena, Germany, travelled to Northeast Siberia during summer 2017 to prepare for the installation of additional atmospheric sampling equipment in the context of INTAROS. In his blog post Martijn describes the challenges of carrying out field work in such a remote but breathtaking environment and also explains why continuous atmospheric monitoring of the tundra environment is vital in order to understand how climate change is impacting it.

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