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Mineral dust emission is ubiquitous in arid and semi-arid areas, representing a serious hazard for health, environment, and economy in many countries, in particular some of the least developed. Dust is a dominant contributor to the global aerosol load and plays a significant role in different aspects of climate and atmospheric chemistry. A key uncertainty in estimating...

El objetivo principal del proyecto es producir un diagnóstico urbano innovador sobre la exposición de las poblaciones urbanas a contaminantes antropogénicos gaseosos y partículas (NOx y partículas finas especialmente). Los objetivos científicos se desarrollan e implementan teniendo en cuenta:

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The present tender concerns the continuation of the CAMS Regional production service (CAMS_50) for the period 2018-2021. The purpose of the service will remain to produce numerical data and mapping products providing information on air quality and atmospheric composition on the European scale, with the aim of making it freely and easily accessible to the various user...

The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) is providing services to meet the information need on atmospheric composition, including detailed distributions of reactive gases such as ozone, aerosol and greenhouse gases. CAMS provides daily analysis and forecasts, as well as reanalyses products. CAMS has a global service, implemented by ECMWF, and a regional air quality...

The Climate Modelling Users Group (CMUG) has worked for seven years on defining user requirements, assessing precursor and CCI climate datasets, and promoting the CCI datasets to the climate research and modelling community. The main goals and activities of the CMUG Phase 2 proposal are:

1. To carry out a more extensive (than was possible in Phases 1...

The Evaluation and Quality Control (EQC) function of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) has a critical role to ensure that the service meets the needs of a range of users for high-quality data and information, and in proposing the necessary evolution of the service itself, while shaping the research agenda to attend the most important challenges detected. The ITT...

EPEEC's main goal is to develop and deploy a production-ready parallel programming environment that turns upcoming overwhelmingly-heterogeneous exascale supercomputers into manageable platforms for domain application developers. The consortium will significantly advance and integrate existing state-of-the-art components based on European technology (programming models, runtime systems, and...

ESCAPE-2 will develop world-class, extreme-scale computing capabilities for European operational numerical weather and climate prediction, and provide the key components for weather and climate domain benchmarks to be deployed on extreme-scale demonstrators and beyond. This will be achieved by developing bespoke and novel mathematical and algorithmic concepts, combining them...

Atmospheric chemistry, atmospheric composition, air pollution, Climatology and climate change, Physical geography, Earth observations from space/remote sensing, Dust aerosols; Mineralogy; Physics of emission; Climate; Modelling; Spectroscopy Soil dust aerosols are mixtures of different minerals, whose relative abundances, particle size distribution (PSD), shape, surface...

When provided in a climate-services context, seasonal climate forecasts can enable a more effective adaptation to climate variability and change, offering an under-exploited opportunity to minimise the agricultural impacts of adverse climateconditions. However, the development of seasonal prediction systems of climate-driven impacts on agriculture is still largely in the...

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