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Volcanic eruption in Tonga seen from geostationnary satellites

On 14 January, the Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai undersea volcano erupted and caused a tsunami. It flooded the coasts of Japan, the United States and killed two people in Peru. The eruption lasted eight minutes and was so strong that it was heard “like a distant thunderclap” on the Fiji Islands, more than 800 km away.On the […]

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Forest fires and heat wave: a particularly intense summer observed by AERIS

An extreme heat wave is currently affecting Portugal, Spain and France. Major fires have also broken out in these three countries, notably in the south-west of France where more than 2,700 hectares of forest went up in smoke on 12 July. Since Saturday, Greece has been hit by a heat wave expected to last ten […]

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AERIS services involved in the PANAME 2022 campaigns

The PANAME initiative (“PAris region urbaN Atmospheric observations and models for Multidisciplinary rEsearch”) is a coordination effort involving several ongoing multidisciplinary research projects that aim to better understand atmospheric sources and chemical processes, as well as interactions between the structure of the city and processes in the atmospheric boundary layer of the urban environment of […]

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GAIA DATA: A DISTRIBUTED DATA AND SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE OBSERVATION, MODELLING AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH SYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

As part of the Equipex/PIA 3 programme, the GAIA Data project brings together 21 partners from the IT and Earth sciences sectors around three research infrastructures dedicated to the observation of the planet. Supported by CLIMERI-France, PNDB and Data Terra, the GAIA DATA project proposes to establish an ecosystem of data and services allowing total […]

Events

AERIS in EGU22

In less than a week, the 2022 edition of the EGU will start, in which AERIS is participating. We have put together a programme for you to see all the presentations by scientists using AERIS data. You can also come and see a general presentation of AERIS during the TownHall Meeting on Tuesday 24 May […]

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The AERIS teams are back together!

From 9 to 11 May, the first General Assembly of AERIS post Covid took place in Avignon. A reunion for some and a discovery of AERIS for others, this General Assembly was marked by a good team cohesion and by times of sharing. The programme included presentations of the context of AERIS and its teams, […]

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IUPAC website gets a new look!

IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) is the world’s authority on chemical nomenclature and terminology, including the naming of new elements in the periodic table, standard methods of measurement, atomic weights and many other critically evaluated data. The goal of IUPAC is to unite a fragmented global chemical community to advance the chemical […]

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FAIR EASE: services for Earth observation

The recently selected European FAIR-EASE project is part of the HORIZON INFRA 2021 EOSC programme. This project aims to implement distributed and integrated services for the observation and modelling of the Earth system, environment and biodiversity in collaboration with user communities, the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and research infrastructures. The project will implement a […]

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AERIS participates in the EQUIPEX OBS4CLIM project!

OBS4CLIM (Integrated Atmosphere Observation System) is a project carried by 18 partners (CNRS being the coordinating institution) and which aims to develop the innovation of the three French components of the European Research Infrastructures (RI) in the field of the atmosphere: the research infrastructure ACTRIS, IAGOS, and ICOS. OBS4CLIM is the “atmosphere” EquipEx project of […]