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  • 18.05.2018: New publication: Aerosol mass measurements with ground-based remote sensing and in-situ instruments on board UAVs

    Vertical profiles of aerosol mass concentration derived by unmanned airborne in situ and remote sensing instruments during dust events D. Mamali et al.                        Abstract. In situ measurements using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and remote sensing observations can independently provide dense vertically resolved measurements of atmospheric aerosols, [...]
    Source: http://atmos.weblog.tudelft.nl

  • 30.04.2018: Ruisdael Observatory: measuring the Dutch atmosphere on a 100m scale

      New top research facility for weather and climate. The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has recently granted the Ruisdael Observatory proposal. The Ruisdael Observatory – named after the 17th-century painter Jacob Ruisdael – will combine a nationwide dense network of measuring points with high-resolution simulations and the necessary computing power in order to [...]
    Source: http://atmos.weblog.tudelft.nl

  • 03.11.2017: Multi-Scale Urban Flood Forecasting (MUFFIN) Campaign

    TU Delft is participating in the MUFFIN campaign (Multi-Scale Urban Flood Forecasting: From Local Tailored Systems to a Pan-European Service) aiming to study urban flood forecasting from a multi-scale multi-disciplinary perspective, that is from the point of view of different scientific, technological and social disciplines. TU Delft is represented by the Atmospheric Remote Sensing Group collaborating with [...]
    Source: http://atmos.weblog.tudelft.nl

  • 13.09.2017: The 38th AMS Conference on Radar Meteorology in Chicago, USA

    The 38th  AMS Conference on Radar Meteorology held in Chicago, USA, on 27th  August – 1st September 2017.  Marc Schleiss, Christine Unal and Jiapeng Yin presented this conference. Three oral presentations and two posters from TU Delft ATMOS group were shown during the conference. Marc Schleiss made a presentation titled “Probabilistic Radar Nowcasting Based on [...]
    Source: http://atmos.weblog.tudelft.nl

  • 27.06.2017: Geoscience and Remote Sensing Poster Day

    The Geoscience & Remote Sensing (GRS) Department organised a poster session held on May 12th at the CiTG building. The aims of the poster day were to stimulate interaction and collaboration among the GRS staff and students and to promote our department to the wider CiTG. The session was very lively and hosted over 30 [...]
    Source: http://atmos.weblog.tudelft.nl

  • 26.05.2017: New Publication about a Clutter Suppression Technique for Operational Polarimetric Weather Radar

    Narrow-band Clutter Mitigation in Spectral Polarimetric Weather Radar Abstract: In this paper, a new clutter suppression method named the moving double spectral linear depolarization ratio (MDsLDR) filter is put forward to mitigate narrow-band clutter in weather radars. The narrow-band clutter observed in the Doppler domain includes: 1) stationary clutter such as ground clutter and 2) [...]
    Source: http://atmos.weblog.tudelft.nl

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  • [25.03.2019] Icy giant planets in the laboratory Giant planets like Neptune may contain much less free hydrogen than [...] visit
  • [25.03.2019] Scientist constructs artificial photosynthetic cells Scientists build artificial cells as models of primitive cells. Research [...] visit
  • [25.03.2019] Overland migration of Arctic Terns revealed Data from a landmark three year study of the world's longest migrating [...] visit


  • [21.10.2018] New article published in Journal of Applied Ecology : Bat overpasses: an insufficient solution to restore habitat connectivity [...] more
  • [21.10.2018] New article published in Journal of Applied Ecology : Missing the people for the trees: Identifying coupled natural??human system [...] more
  • [21.10.2018] New article published in Journal of Sustainable Agriculture : Use and perceptions of alternative economic activities among smallholder [...] more