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The deposition of dust and other terrestrial aerosols represents an external supply of nutrients to the ocean surface. This supply helps sustain...

Monitoring the composition of the atmosphere is a key objective of the European Union's flagship Space programme, Copernicus. The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) provides free and continuous data and information on atmospheric composition and the CAMS Service Evolution (CAMEO) project will enhance the quality and efficiency of the CAMS service and help CAMS to...

To support EU countries in assessing their progress for reaching their targets agreed in the Paris Agreement, the European Commission has clearly stated that an objective way to monitor anthropogenic CO2 emissions is needed. Such a capacity will deliver consistent and reliable information to support policy- and decision-making processes. To maintain Europe's independence in...

The Copernicus Climate Change Service Evolution (CERISE) project aims to enhance the quality of the C3S reanalysis and seasonal forecast portfolio with a focus on land-atmosphere coupling. It will support the evolution of C3S by improving the C3S climate reanalysis and seasonal prediction systems and products towards enhanced integrity and coherence of the C3S Earth system...

Our changing climate is already affecting millions of people across the world and will continue to do so in the coming decades. Successful adaptation strategies require the best available estimate of plausible future climate trajectories. Traditionally, this information has been mostly based on results from climate model projections that follow different future socio-economic...

With present computational capabilities and data volumes entering the Exascale Era, digital twins of the Earth system will be able to mimic the different system components (atmosphere, ocean, land, lithosphere) with unrivalled precision, providing analyses, forecasts, and what-if scenarios for natural hazards and resources from their genesis phases and across their temporal...

Climate change is exerting an increasing pressure on land ecosystems in numerous parts of the planet. One of the most dramatic consequences of this enhanced stress are the exceptionally large wildfires that ravaged parts of Australia, the Arctic or California in recent years. While there exists an established research effort on how these fires are affecting land ecosystems,...

The CAMS2_35 invitation to tender describes a highly technical project that requires experience and expertise in several domains: integrated global chemistry and aerosol modelling, physics and chemistry of the atmosphere, air quality modelling, as well as a detailed knowledge on the architecture and functioning of the IFS and of the possible observational datasets used for...

NextGEMS will develop and apply a new generation of global coupled Storm-Resolving Earth System Models (SR-ESMs) to the study of anthropogenic climate change. SR-ESMs are distinguished by their fine, 3 km, grid in the atmosphere andocean. This allows a more physical representation of atmospheric and oceanic circulation systems, including their coupling to Earth-system...

The goal of this project is to extend the temporal coverage of the CAMS-REG_ERF-COVID19 dataset developed under the CAMS_COP066 contract, from 01/08/2020 to 31/12/2020, and to include the effect of the second wave and the associated new round of lockdowns across the different European countries during the year 2020. The extension of the dataset will allow to estimate the...

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