Operated by Mohammed V University (UM5) Rabat, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS-ICARE, Orléans) and Orléans University. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
The ’MARSU’ RISE Exchange Network is a multi-site program carried by 4 Member States (MS) partner institutions (three from the academic sector and one from the non-academic sector) and six Third Countries (TC) institutions from South America, Africa and Asia.
The ATLAS-MOHAMMED V Atmospheric Research Station is operated by Mohammed V University (UM5) Rabat, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS-ICARE, Orléans) and Orléans University. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
Nathalie Hayeck and Martin Bruggemann, Post-docs at CNRS-Lyon, during their secondments at Fudan University (Shanghai, China): sea-air exchange chemistry Other Secondments Hartmut Herrmann/Atlas M5 Prof Hartmut Herrmann (TROPOS, Germany) guiding students at the Atlas-UM5 Atmospheric Research Station (Ifrane, Morocco),
Data from the ATLAS-MOHAMMED V Atmospheric Research Station
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The consortium participants are carefully chosen to cover a wide range of disciplines. The beneficiaries of MARSU, are specialised in aerosol measurements, in measurements techniques, in bulk phase chemistry, in surface chemistry and numerical modelling of multiphase chemistry.
A meeting dedicated to the preparation of the ATLAS2019 Field Campaign (planned for September-October 2019 at the Atlas Mountains and the Fes Region) has been held at the CNRST-Headquarter in Rabat on December 18th, 2018. Participants from different institutions
MARSU has been represented at the Cabo Verde Ocean Week by Dr Khanneh Wadinga Fomba from TROPOS. He gave an oral presentation on MARSU project. Our Atlantic Ocean for Growth and Well-Being Launching the European Commission – Cabo Verde Marine
The CONICET-CIBION Partner has participated to the The Night of Researchers (declared of National Interest in Argentina). Details were given about the MARSU project and the benefits for the students and postdocs in relation to
The Sino-French Conferences on Atmospheric Environment have been successfully held since 2008 (Beijing, Orléans, Qingdao, Lyon, Xi’an), they have provided the opportunity for fruitful cooperation among interdisciplinary scientists. Three dedicated issues of Journal of Environmental Sciences have been published for