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  1. Observer la Terre de puis l’espace- Enjeux des données spatiales pour la société

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    • Enseignants et médiateurs

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    June 19, 2014

    19/06/2014 S’arracher de la surface de la Terre pour voir d’en haut ce qui s’y passe n’est plus un rêve. L’ouvrage « Observer la Terre depuis l’espace - Enjeux des données spatiales pour la société » décrit l’aide précieuse que l’observation satellitaire peut nous apporter dans des domaines comme la gestion des milieux naturels, la prévention des risques ou l’action après les catastrophes.

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  2. 2010 balloon campaign in Kiruna

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    • Sciences et techniques

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    March 22, 2010

    A series of scientific experiments and technological tests on new systems for balloons took place in Kiruna (Sweden) between April and May 2010. This campaign was based on the use of open stratospheric balloons.

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  3. 2010 Concordiasi campaign in Mac Murdo: the Antartic under observation

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    • Sciences et techniques

    Publishing date:

    March 22, 2010

    The objective of the Concordiasi mission is to understand better the enlargement of the hole in the Antarctica's ozone layer during each austral spring and to increase our knowledge on climate in those regions. To study the Earth's climate, the atmosphere has to be studied as a whole. Studying the poles is particularly important because of their specific sensitivity to climate changes and the poor frequency of the observations performed by the standard meteorological systems.

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  4. First global ammonia maps measured by the IASI French instrument

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    • Sciences et techniques

    Publishing date:

    June 25, 2009

    The first complete map of the ammonia sources on Earth was just built by a LATMOS-IPSL's team (CNRS/UPMC/UVSQ) in partnership with Belgium investigators of the Free University of Brussels.  

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