Tracker SPTR V5 und sunphotometer SP1A on an ice floe

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Aktualisiert (Mittwoch, 30. April 2008 09:16) Geschrieben von: Dr. Schulz, Karl-Heinz

Since September 2007 a sunphotometer SP1A and a suntracker SPTR V5 have been away in the direction of the North Pole. But they won't reach the pole because the devices are on the Russian drift station North Pole 35 (NP35). Jürgen Graeser, an employee of the Alfred-Wegener-Institut fuer Polar- und Meeresforschung Bremerhaven/Potsdam works there together with Russian colleagues. He carries out scientific observations which shall provide important information for the better understanding of the global climate change. With the return of the sun the readings which Jürgen Graeser collects with the sunphotometer SP1A also will join the big data massif which then is at a variety of scientists disposable for the evaluation.

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