RS4ForestEBV Training Course - Airborne remote sensing for monitoring essential biodiversity variables in forest ecosystems Bavarian Forest National Park and DLR the German Aerospace Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, 3 to 14...
ABDULLAH haidi, DARVISHZADEH Roshanak, DOMINGO Dario, GARA Tawanda, HOLZWARTH Stefanie, NEINAVAZ Elnaz, SKIDMORE Andrew, TORRESANI michele, March 02, 2018
While waiting for the publication in the Moniteur Belge of the royal acknowledgement of the EUFAR AISBL (an international not-for-profit association under Belgian law), the 2nd General Assembly and Executive...
BOUGEAULT Philippe, BROWN Phil, GERARD Elisabeth, Feb. 05, 2018
ENVRIplus offers opportunities for free-of-charge transnational access to selected user groups to six research facilities in cross-cutting areas in Europe: ATMOSPHERE, BIO-ECOSPHERE, HYDRO-MARINE, AND SOLID EARTH domain.
After a lengthy period of negotiation, 8 European institutions representing 6 different countries involved in airborne environmental research have signed the necessary Statutes to constitute EUFAR as an AISBL – an international non-profit association under Belgian law. These documents will now be deposited with the Belgian courts so that EUFAR AISBL will be formally constituted early in 2018.
39 participants from 12 nations and 26 institutions participated in the EUFAR/IAMAS/IUGG/ICCP Workshop on Processing of Cloud Particle Measurements at German Aerospace Center (DLR) Oberpfaffenhofen, from 7 to 9 July 2017. Its aims were to discuss, optimize and harmonize cloud data analysis in order to augment data quality of current optical array probes employed on aircraft.
BAUMGARDNER Darrel, MCFARQUHAR Greg, VOIGT Christiane, Aug. 04, 2017
The 2nd International Conference on Airborne Research for the Environment (ICARE 2017) was held at DLR - the German Aerospace Research Centre, in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich (Germany), from 10 to 13 July 2017.
BROWN Phil, DEQUEKER-CORMONT ANNE, GERARD Elisabeth, HENRY Olivier, Aug. 01, 2017
The EUFAR workshop on stratospheric airborne research was held in Rome, at the CNR headquarters, from 4 to 5 May 2017. Its aims were to discuss the future research topics that may be tackled by a stratospheric research aircraft, and to provide suggestions on how to secure the availability of such an aircraft in Europe in the coming decade.