The EUFAR scientific coordinator, Phil Brown from the UK's Met Office, met up with the Open Access Government and published an interesting two-page article on EUFAR and looking to the future of airborne environmental research in Europe.
Extract from Open Access Government Journal, February 2018 issue
"Instrumented aircraft are an important scientific tool, allowing researchers to observe the atmosphere and land and ocean surfaces in support of a wide range of applications in the environmental sciences. EUFAR - the European Facility for Airborne Research - promotes collaboration between the operators and scientific users of research aircraft, seeking to broaden access and improve efficiency in the use of these resources."
To access the full journal article (pages 294 - 295), click here.