European Facility For Airborne Research Oct. 20, 2017, 23:37
|Name||University of Edinburgh Airborne GeoSciences|
The Airborne GeoSciences facility operates a Diamond HK36 TTC-ECO Dimona for atmospheric and environmental research, with instrumentation currently focussed on boundary layer meteorology, carbon dynamics, hyperspectral (VNIR) imaging and ortho-photography.
We are able to offer a limited data processing capability to facility users, the extent of which is dependent upon the type of acquisition required, and the available tools are developing over time according to progress with funded projects. At the time o
Training on the specific instrument science and resulting datasets will be provided to any facility users.
The facility uses rented hangar space at Fife Airport, Scotland (EGPJ) with limited on-site storage. Laboratory and office space is provided by the University of Edinburgh at the Crew Building, Kings Buildings Campus, Edinburgh. meeting rooms are available at this site and at the airfield.
|Aircraft contact||WADE Thomas|
|Instruments contact||WADE Thomas|
|Calibration facilities contact||N/A|
This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 312609