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Press Releases concerning IMK-IFU

03.01.2017: Prof. Dr. Harald Kunstmann im BR-Rundschau-Magazin: "Beschneiungsanlagen können nur Übergangslösung sein"

Nature 540, 486 (22 December 2016) Research Highlights: "Smaller monsoon boost predicted", Dr. Benjamin Quesada, Results from Research Group at KIT-Campus Alpin (IMK-IFU); doi:10.1038/540486a

12.12.2016: PD Dr. Ralf Sussmann BR2 IQ-Wissenschaft und Forschung: "Beobachteter Anstieg von Treibhausgas Methan"

MICMoR

Helmholtz Research School

"Mechanisms and Interactions of Climate Change in Mountain Regions"

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The Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research (IMK)
comprises four departments: IMK-AAF, IMK-ASF, IMK-TRO and IMK-IFU more...

 

 

 

Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research
Atmospheric Environmental Research (IMK-IFU),
Campus Alpin, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

The atmospheric environment is the air we breathe ...

The terrestrial biosphere, hydrosphere and the atmosphere are highly dynamic compartments of the Earth system. All three compartments are tightly coupled and strongly interact in a complex way by the exchange of vast quantities of matter and energy. Research in this topic aims at understanding the interaction and feedback processes between soil, vegetation and the atmosphere (water, energy, biogenic greenhouse gases and VOCs) at high temporal and spatial resolution at regional scales. We specialize in observational and experimental approaches that are closely linked to process- and integrated modelling activities.

 

 

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Seminar for PhD Students 2016

large lecture room at IMK-IFU

Tuesday, 31.01.2017, 10 am s.t.

"UAV-based measuerements of hydro-meteorological variables and methane"

Caroline Brosy, IMK-IFU (Advisor: Prof. Dr. Harald Kunstmann)

PhD-seminar announcement
IMK-IFU Seminar 2016

large lecture room at IMK-IFU

Thuesday, 24.01.2017, 16:00 s.t.

"Two approaches for soil moisture estimation: Hydrometeorological and Remote Sensing"

Prof. Dr. Rajib Maity, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India

 

Wednesday, 25.01.2017 16:00 s.t.

„Earth Observation through animals“

Prof. Dr. Wikelski, Max-Planck-Institut für Ornithologie, Radolfszell

IMK-IFU-Seminar-Schedule
 
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