Science Blog - Climate
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Tracking desert locusts with satellite services
This year brought a locust crisis to eastern Africa, threatening food supplies in an already troubled time.
The role of MOSAiC in EUMETSAT OSI SAF development
Dr Rasmus Tonboe talks us through the data collected throughout the mission and its use within the EUMETSAT Ocean and Sea Ice Satellite Application Facility (OSI SAF).
Introducing the Alfred Wegener Institute and MOSAiC Expedition
This year, a new group of students will be featured as they track the "MOSAiC expedition", recording the Polarstern's
MOSAiC – the international Arctic drift expedition
Blog number four is here and summarises what's happened to the Polarstern since it left Norway to reach its resting position on the ice floe.
Weather conditions in the Arctic
Read on to hear all about the weather conditions in the Arctic during October 2019.
Discussing Iceland’s severe winter weather
Elín visited our HQ in Darmstadt to discuss how satellite data impacts the work of herself and her colleagues, we also got some insight into just how windy Iceland can be!
RV Polarstern, a truly unique ship
Blog two Inside the Polarstern Authors: Fabian Baur, Tobias Kern, Bruno Kothe, Alexander Scholz, Antje Wagemann
Arctic sea ice minimum 2019 – how did it fare this year
Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has been melting faster in recent years due to a rise in global temperatures, which has implications for the rest of the planet and is a driver of climate change. Kenneth Holmlund, Chief Scientist at EUMETSAT explains.
2019 - Another record-breaking year for our planet
Reports show that our planet is getting warmer, with the Earth having its
Life as a EUMETSAT fellow
This time, we wanted to know more about what an individual can expect as a fellow.
Using satellites for climate research
Offenbach, 27 May 2019 – CLARA, CLAAS and SARAH. You may be mistaken for initially believing that these refer to high and low fronts in the world of meteorology.