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Planning at Thursday 21st June 2018 (Week 25).
 

BAe146 - FAAM

 

MACSSIMIZE - MACSSIMIZE: Measurements of Arctic Clouds, Snow, and Sea Ice nearby the Marginal Ice ZonE

From Friday 2nd March 2018 to Thursday 29th March 2018

Description

Project theme Project theme: A project within YOPP (Year Of Polar Prediction)

Scientific contact Scientific contact (PI) : Chawn Harlow

Project confirmed Project confirmed
Not Transnational Access project Not Transnational Access project
Not open to training Not open to training
Open to training Open to sharing

Planning and location

Starting date From Friday 2nd March 2018 (week 09) to Thursday 29th March 2018 (week 13)

Aircraft name Aircraft: BAe146 - FAAM

Season Season: Winter

Location Location: Map Fairbanks, Alaska, USA

Description of the experiment

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

Abstract The overarching aims of this project will be to make the UK’s environmental prediction services for the polar regions world leading, through a better understanding of key physical processes and their improved representation within numerical weather and climate prediction systems. In so doing, improve environmental prediction globally via improved process representation and polar/mid-latitude linkages.

Science context A major (~3 week) detachment to Fairbanks, Alaska, during March 2018. Refuels in Barrow or Inuvik to get further north. Targets are snow emissivity in conjunction with satellite overpasses and ground-based measurements of snow properties over land and sea ice; BL and surface exchange processes over sea-ice and the marginal-ice-zone; clouds, aerosols and radiative impacts on energy balance; orographic flows and gravity waves from the Brooks or Alaska mountain ranges;

Weather constraints Weather conditions: Clear air at low level

Flights (number and patterns) Flights (number and patterns): 50 hours science

 

FA20 - DLR

 

FA20 - SAFIRE

 
 
 

EXAEDRE - Exaedre Exploiting new Atmospheric Electricity Data for Research and the Environment

From Tuesday 28th August 2018 to Monday 8th October 2018

Description

Scientific contact Scientific contact (PI) : Eric DEFER

Project confirmed Project confirmed
Not Transnational Access project Not Transnational Access project
Not open to training Not open to training
Not open to training Not open to sharing

Planning and location

Starting date From Tuesday 28th August 2018 (week 35) to Monday 8th October 2018 (week 41)

Aircraft name Aircraft: FA20 - SAFIRE

Location Location: Map Corsica area

Description of the experiment

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

 

ADM AEOLUS - Adm Aeolus

From Tuesday 30th October 2018 to Sunday 9th December 2018

Description

Project not confirmed Project not confirmed
Not Transnational Access project Not Transnational Access project
Not open to training Not open to training
Not open to training Not open to sharing

Planning and location

Starting date From Tuesday 30th October 2018 (week 44) to Sunday 9th December 2018 (week 49)

Aircraft name Aircraft: FA20 - SAFIRE

Location Location: Map Europe TBD

Description of the experiment

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

 

Learjet - Enviscope

 

ATR42 - SAFIRE

 

TERRISCOPE - Terriscope

From Tuesday 25th September 2018 to Monday 29th October 2018

Description

Project not confirmed Project not confirmed
Not Transnational Access project Not Transnational Access project
Not open to training Not open to training
Not open to training Not open to sharing

Planning and location

Starting date From Tuesday 25th September 2018 (week 39) to Monday 29th October 2018 (week 44)

Aircraft name Aircraft: ATR42 - SAFIRE

Location Location: Map Toulouse-Francazal

Description of the experiment

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

 

CREPEX - Crepex - Cours de Recherche aeroportée en Environnement Par l'EXpérience

From Tuesday 6th November 2018 to Saturday 10th November 2018

Description

Project theme Project theme: Training for Stidents of Ecole Nationale de la Météorologie - Université Paul Sabatier "Master 2 Surfaces Continentale, Océan, Climat"

Scientific contact Scientific contact (PI) : Isabelle BEAU

Project confirmed Project confirmed
Not Transnational Access project Not Transnational Access project
Not open to training Not open to training
Not open to training Not open to sharing

Planning and location

Starting date From Tuesday 6th November 2018 (week 45) to Saturday 10th November 2018 (week 45)

Aircraft name Aircraft: ATR42 - SAFIRE

Location Location: Map Toulouse-Francazal

Description of the experiment

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

Flights (number and patterns) Flights (number and patterns): 2

 

POLAR 5 - AWI

 

ANT 2017/18 - Airborne geophysical surveys and remote sensing as well as logistic support of field teams and stations

From Monday 6th November 2017 to Saturday 24th February 2018

Description

Project theme Project theme: Several projects for mapping ice thickness, magnetic and gravity field, altimetry, and photography

Scientific contact Scientific contact (PI) : None

Project not confirmed Project not confirmed
Not Transnational Access project Not Transnational Access project
Open to training Open to training
Open to training Open to sharing

Planning and location

Starting date From Monday 6th November 2017 (week 45) to Saturday 24th February 2018 (week 08)

Aircraft name Aircraft: POLAR 5 - AWI

Location Location:

Novo runway, Neumayer station, Kohnen Station, field camps, all Antarctica

Description of the experiment

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

Science context Polar Regions, geophysics and glaciology

Measurements to be made by aircraft - ice penetrating radar - magnetics - gravity - laser scanning - photography

Flights (number and patterns) Flights (number and patterns): 20-30 flights, max 160 h

Instruments Instruments: None

 

C 208 - DLR

 

CASA 212 AR - INTA

 

CASA 212 RS - INTA

 

DO228 - NERC - ARSF

 

DO228/D-CFFU - DLR

 

DO228/D-CODE - DLR

 

STEMME S15 - INTA

 

Twin Otter - NERC - BAS

 

C 207 - FUB

 

C 208 - ATHENA/RIC

 

ECO Dimona - UEDIN

 

ENDURO - KIT

 

ERAs - CNR ISAFom

 

PIPER AZTEC - SAFIRE

 
 

TERRISCOPE - Terriscope

From Tuesday 12th June 2018 to Saturday 30th June 2018

Description

Project not confirmed Project not confirmed
Not Transnational Access project Not Transnational Access project
Not open to training Not open to training
Not open to training Not open to sharing

Planning and location

Starting date From Tuesday 12th June 2018 (week 24) to Saturday 30th June 2018 (week 26)

Aircraft name Aircraft: PIPER AZTEC - SAFIRE

Location Location: Map Toulouse-Francazal

Description of the experiment

Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output Scientific objectives / Proposed work / Anticipated output

 

Partenavia - Enviscope

 

TASI Partenavia IMAA

 

ASK16 - FUB

 

An 2 - Interspect

 

BN-2A-27

 

BNI - MUMM

 

C 182J - UM SEAES

 

C 208 - Enviscope

 

CITATION - NLR

 

Cessna182 - Interspect

 

DA42MPP - DAS

 

DIMO - METAIR

 

DO128 - TUBs

 

ENDURO - UFZ

 

ERA - INES LU

 

ERA SkyArrow - IBIMET

 

Egrett - ARA

 

G550 HALO - DLR

 
 

IL 18D - CAO

 

IronEye - UNIFI

 

King-Air - INCAS

 

King-Air - TAU

 

M55 - Geophysica

 

METRO II - NLR

 

PA-32 Cherokee Six - Interspect

 

PZL 101 Gawron - Interspect

 

Seneca - IBIMET

 

Seneca - OGS

 

TU-154 FACT - GFRI

 

Zeppelin LZ N07-100

Planning at Thursday 21st June 2018 (Week 25).