University of Bremen IUP/IFE SCIAMACHY WFM-DOAS: Bremen 2005: City of Science - Black Boxes
Our Black Box is entitled "Dicke Luft?" ("Thick air?") and illustrates our research activities related to global and local measurements of the composition of the Earth's atmosphere in the areas air pollution, stratospheric and tropospheric ozone, and climate gases. Here we have collected some photos to give you an impression of how our Black Box looks like.
Openning ceremony with the major of Bremen, Henning Scherf, and the German Bundespräsident Horst Köhler.
Our Black Box "Dicke Luft".
A poster and a movie explain "our" satellite, its measurements, and our research activities.
Illustration of how the composition of the atmosphere can be determined from satellites, ships, airplanes, and from the ground.
Where do we measure what? Some expamples of our trace gas measurements shown on a single world map.
Our world map from an other perspective.
Our satellite measurements of carbon monoxide (CO).
Our satellite measurements of the greenhouse gases methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2).
Last modification: 28-June-2006.
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