As part of our efforts to showcase the great research and upcoming challenges in the area of Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, a few APECS mentors have worked with us to create these short videos that we hope will inspire you to learn more about the interesting and complex nature of polar atmosphere and climate research.
Andreas Stohl on Atmospheric long-range pollution transport to the Arctic
Johannes Schneider on Why we are concerned about aerosol in the Arctic?
Vladimir Kattsov on The changing Arctic and what we need to understand this?
Jim Overland on The most interesting things about polar atmospheric science
Klaus Dethloff on What is needed to better understand polar atmospheric sciences
Julia Schmale– Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz, Germany
Jenny Fisher– APECS Atmospheric Sciences Discipline Co-Coordinator, Harvard University, USA
Pollution transported to the Arctic during the POLARCAT-France spring and summer campaigns: source regions and aerosol properties
--- Boris Quennehen, Laboratoire de Meteorologie Physique at the Universite Blaise Pascal, France
Source Identification and Airborne Chemical Characterization of Aerosol Pollution from long-range Transport over Greenland
--- Julia Schmale, Max Planck-Institute for Chemistry in Mainz, Germany