ENVRIplus is a Horizon 2020 project bringing together Environmental and Earth System Research Infrastructures, projects and networks together with technical specialist partners to create a more coherent, interdisciplinary and interoperable cluster of Environmental Research Infrastructures across Europe. Read more!
The 3rd ENVRIplus Call for Transnational access is open!
The 3rd Call for multi-domain physical access proposals to environmental Research Infrastructures has been published on January 15, 2018.
3rd Call for Multi-domain Access to Environmental Research Infrastructures ENVRIplus launches the third and final call for proposals to access European multi-disciplinary environmental research platforms. 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. Publication date: 15 January 2018 Proposal deadline: 4 March 2018 Access period: 1 May – 31 December 2018 ENVRIplus […]
PhD position at Research Centre Jülich, Germany, on UTLS water vapour measurements derived from in-situ measurements Originally published on https://www.hitec-graduate-school.de/climate18_2017/2018 For a research project at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research – Troposphere, IEK-8, we are seeking a PhD student (Chemistry, Physics, Meteorology or equivalent degree) for a 3 year position starting in summer 2018. “Variability and long term changes of Water Vapour in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere […]
ICOS Carbon Measurement Network Provides Standardized Data for Climate Change Research ICOS, Integrated Carbon Observation System, announces that its first greenhouse gas measurement stations have been certified for standardized data production. ICOS data reveals the carbon emissions and sinks on European level, which is essential for predicting and mitigating climate change. Regional greenhouse gas measurements are critical to understand the advancement of climate change and to predict as well as […]
IAPG considers the 35th IGC – International Geological Congress, held in Cape Town (South Africa), the event that opens a new phase for Geoethics and for the Association. In order to celebrate this passage, the IAPG Drafting Committee, formed by Giuseppe Di Capua, Peter Bobrowsky and Silvia Peppoloni, has put together the “Cape Town Statement on Geoethics” (CTSG), a document to be considered as the product of an international effort to […]