The AERIS atmosphere Data and Services Centre federates national data management activities and atmospheric science expertise.
Whether data from long-term observation sites recording the causes and signs of climate change, the results of major field or aerial surveys to better understand the chemistry and physics of our atmosphere, measurements from satellites that constantly observe and probe Earth and its atmosphere, or the results of laboratory experiments, all atmospheric research data are intended to be stored, distributed and combined by AERIS. Learn more.
AERIS also provides support to scientists through a continuous open call for projects. If you would like to know more, go here.
Aerosols and Covid 19
This year, the European Aerosol Conference is organising a special session: “Aerosols and Covid 19” dedicated to research on different aspects of the role of aerosol particles in understanding the propagation of COVID-19 and its links to indoor and ambient air quality and health. Professor José-Luis Jimenez will be the keynote speaker for this session. […]
2nd Climate Observation Conference
The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS), with the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), and supported by European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) will be holding a conference that aims to assess how well the current global climate observing system supports current and near-term user needs for climate information. The outputs will provide inputs […]
SPIE Remote Sensing Conference
The Remote Sensing of Clouds and the Atmosphere conference within SPIE Remote Sensing focuses on methods, underlying technologies, and applications of remote sensing of clouds and Earth and planetary atmospheres. The conference will take place from 13 to 16 September at IFEMA in Madrid. The program includes the following topics: remote sensing, including profiling, of […]