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PD Dr. Martin G. Schultz

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Development of an operational service to analyse atmospheric chemical composition based on data and models (EU framework 7 project)

  • Coordination of subproject on „Global reactive gases“
  • Participation in subproject „Fire emissions“
  • Participation in subproject „Observational data“

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Investigation of chemistry climate interactions (EU framework 7 project)

  • Model development and inter-comparison
  • Modeling of the influence of climate change on air pollution levels

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Interdisciplinary network of Helmholtz centres to investigate regional climate change

  • Coordination of the topic „Chemistry climate interactions from the global to the regional scale“
  • Study of the NOy budget in the upper troposphere using MIPAS satellite and aircraft data

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ESA Climate Change Initiative

  • Contributions to the evaluation of satellite fire products

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WMO program for the global monitoring of trace gas and aerosol concentrations

  • Member of the scientific advisory board on reactive trace gases
  • Co-editor of a guideline report on the measurement of ozoen in the troposphere
  • Contributions to the expert team on the WMO world data centres

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Global Earth Observation System of Systems

  • Co-coordination of activities of the thematic working group (community of practice) on air quality and atmospheric composition
  • Development of tools for interoperable data exchange and interactive visualisation

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Coordinated studies to investigate long-range transport of air pollution

  • Maintenance of the HTAP data archive and development of interactive data analysis tools
  • Contributions to the standardisation of metadata and data formats

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Global Emissions Initiative

  • Member of the scientific steering group

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Stratospheric Processes and their Role in Climate

  • Member of the scientific steering group

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