Projects of the WG Radiation & Remote Sensing
Kerstin Schepanski, Demetrius Ramette
Nov 01, 2021 — Oct 31, 2025
Mars is the desert planet in our planetary system and fascinates with its huge, planet-encircling dust storms. The Martian atmospheric dust cycle is considered the key process controlling the variability of the planetary atmospheric circulation. In the framework of this research project, we aim at improving the understanding of the Martian atmospheric dust cycle. In particular, we aim at shedding light on the meteorological conditions fostering the formation of global dust storms as well as estimating their radiative impact.
Sep 01, 2023 — Nov 30, 2023
Increased mineral dust aerosol concentrations at near-surface level may negatively impact on human well-being. The DUSTRISK project funded by the Leibniz Association is dedicated to investigate the health risks associated with increased dust aerosol concentrations at Cape Verde, which is located ...
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