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European Facility For Airborne Research Aug. 19, 2017, 17:00

Airborne Research Stories

Great article on EUFAR and the future of airborne research in the EU researcher magazine

Following EU Research’s interview with EUFAR scientific coordinator, Philip Brown (Met Office, UK), a 3-page article on EUFAR’s support to the airborne research community features in the magazine’s 2017 Spring edition.

“Instrumented aircraft are an important scientific tool, allowing researchers to gather data on the Earth’s surface and atmosphere, yet such facilities are not always available in some countries. The EUFAR2 project helps widen access to airborne research facilities and supports the growth of the environmental science research community, as Philip Brown explains.”

Click here, to access the full online article (pages 54 – 56).

Originally published on March 21, 2017
Last update on March 21, 2017

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