FZJForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
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The JOSIE-SHADOZ 2017 campaign took place at the WCCOS at the FZJ in the IEK-8 in Julich, Germany.
The WCCOS, the only one of its kind, was established in the mid-1990s at FZJ to test, calibrate, and compare different types of balloon-borne ozonesondes that are used to measure the distribution of ozone in the troposphere and lower/middle stratosphere.
JOYCE is operated jointly by the Institute for Geophysics and Meteorology at the University of Cologne and the Institute of Energy and Climate Research (IEK-8) at FZJ. The measurements at JOYCE have commenced from 2009 onward (Table 1) and it is planned to keep them running long term into the future (i.e., to set the stage for climate monitoring by ground-based remote sensors).
To investigate subcloud aerosol and cloud microphysical property interaction in the well-mixed boundary layer, a CCN observation system is currently being installed at the 120-m meteorological tower of FZJ. Aerosol will be sampled by pumping dry air from the ground to three heights (124, 50, and 3 m).
KIT and FZJ jointly developed this satellite project that uses a novel infrared remote sensing technology to illustrate impacts of the middle atmosphere on global and regional climate.
with the introduction of a dokms, the fzj expects the evaluation of doctorate-related qualitative and quantitative data to increase the considerable potential for synergy because the necessary data no longer has to be collected from different it systems and manually compared.
HALO is operated by the German Research Foundation, the Max Planck Society (MPG), Jlich Research Center (FZJ), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the German Research Centre for Geosciences (Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum; GFZ) in Potsdam and the Leibniz Institute of Tropospheric Research in Leipzig (TROPOS).
The Forschungszentrum JE-lich GmbH (FZJ) has planned to HESR and was commissioned by the FAIR GmbH in order to afford the HESR as a contribution for the FAIR facility.
Between the Technische UniversitEnt ME-nchen (TUM) and the Forschungszentrum JE-lich GmbH (FZJ), a cooperation agreement on the common scientific use of the research neutron source at the research reactor Munich II (FRM II) was closed.
The building part of FZJ experimental work and laboratory spaces are provided on the ground floor and first floor, work surfaces in the building part of the TUM building.
This multi-purpose research reactor at the site of FZJ GmbH was primarily on the production of high neutron fluxes for research purposes is laid out nuclear reactor, the isotope production, materials testing, research in the fields of neutron physics and radiochemistry, irradiation of uranium targets for the purpose the production of fission molybdenum (Mo 99) was used for medical applications.