MAP (Marine Aerosol Production)

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Marine Aerosol Production from Natural Sources

Marine Aerosol Production from Natural Sources is a European Union integrated project involving 16 different institutions and is funded under Framework Programme 6.

  

Recent News and Updates:

(news archive..)

(13/07/06) - Graphical Database A webpage has been created which contains links to grapical representations of MAP data.
link to the webpage...

(13/07/06) - Data FTP Server Access to a server for archiving and exchange of MAP data has been enabled. Details have been sent to MAP participants.

(13/07/06) - Archived Meteorology and HYSPLIT Trajectories A complete archive of the relevant Meteorology and HYSPLIT trajectories is now available.
link to the webpage...

(01/09/06) - MAP Year 1 Review Meeting The MAP Year 1 Review Meeting will be held in Galway on November 29th - Dec 1st 2006. Details have been sent to MAP participants.

(13/07/06) - Scans of coverage in the Irish media of the MAP project available in the Gallery section The MAP project has received good coverage in the Irish media. gallery..

(03/07/06) - Pressure trace during the storm The Celtic Explorer battled an intense storm which peaked in peaked in the early hours of the 21st .
Pressure trace during the storm available here.

(21/06/06) - Celtic Explorer Battles Out Intense Storm in North Atlantic The MAP scientists sustained 30 m/s wind speeds and 10m high waves this morning, conditions which are ideal for flux measurements. Further details and more reports.

(11/06/06) - Daily reports from the Celtic Explorer now avaiable After seven days of mobilising the Celtic Explorer left Cobh at 2.30 pm today. Further details and more reports.

(11/06/06) - Phytoplankton bloom off the Coast off Ireland highlighed on MODIS homepage Excellent visual satellite image of the phytoplankton bloom off the coast of Ireland. Further details.

(11/06/06) - Gallery Section now available. A gallery section with a selection of photos from the MAP project is now available. to the gallery...

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