Science Blog - Weather
Here you can browse through all weather related articles
Vasileios Barlakas shares his experience as a fellow with us
Continuing our series on fellowships we talked to Vasileios, who is currently halfway through his.
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.
Looking back over a year of weather
This visualisation rounds up a whole year in one 20-minute video and illustrates how some of the more severe events that took place last year looked from space. You can clearly see the storm formation and activity.
When an umbrella is not enough - discussing severe storms
If you’ve ever wondered what constitutes as a severe storm, who the people responsible for monitoring them are and why satellite data is so important we’re sure you’ll enjoy our chat with Tomáš!
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!
Climate and climate change in the Arctic
The crews on the expedition are facing very challenging conditions while they continue their work on board the research vessel. Read on to find out what makes the Arctic such a hostile part of the world and what effect climate change is having on its environment.
Aviation weather consultation onboard the RV Polarstern
Blog seven - Safety first - reliable weather reporting
RV Polarstern, a truly unique ship
Blog two Inside the Polarstern Authors: Fabian Baur, Tobias Kern, Bruno Kothe, Alexander Scholz, Antje Wagemann
2019 - Another record-breaking year for our planet
Reports show that our planet is getting warmer, with the Earth having its