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Cop 23: Climate Summit 2017

The UN Climate Change Conference 2017 took place under Presidency of the Government of Fiji from 6 to 17 November in Bonn, Gemany.

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Three examples of Climate Research at Jülich

Three examples show, how scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich proceed to better understand the manifold interactions between human activities and climate.

Jülicher Klimaforscher Astrid Kiendler-Scharr, Martin Riese und Andreas Wahner

Climate Change: Experts at Jülich

Scientists and their fiels of expertise in the areas of atmospheric research, plant research and agrosphere.

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Dancing Particles: Understanding Interactions

With the aid of experimental findings and computer simulations, Jülich researchers continue to develop existing climate models, act as experts, and draw up recommended actions for policymakers.

Overview of atmospheric research at Jülich: Dancing Particles: Understanding Interactions …

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Plant Sciences and Terrestrial Systems

Scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich study plants from the roots to the tip and have a close look at the hydrological and biogeochemical processes in terrestrial systems. One special focus lies on conversion processes with regard to the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum and on the cycles of important materials.

Climate Research News

17 Jul 2018 Environment Minister Ursula Heinen-Esser Visits Jülich
11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018
04 Jul 2018 Princess of Thailand Visits Jülich
28 Jun 2018
14 Jun 2018
Scientists investigate how monsoon influences global distribution of air pollutants and atmospheric self-purification
02 May 2018
21 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel Visits Forschungszentrum Jülich
21 Feb 2018
07 Dec 2017
01 Dec 2017
Eruptions at high and medium latitudes have unexpectedly strong effects
24 Nov 2017
Jülich and LemnaTec to launch systems for digital root analysis on the market
24 Nov 2017
Jülich and JB Hyperspectral adapt systems to analyse plant stress for commercial applications
10 Nov 2017 Environment Minister Hendricks Visits Jülich Climate Researchers
07 Nov 2017
International scientists calibrate ozone sondes in Jülich
26 Oct 2017
How humanity and the climate influence each other: three examples of Jülich research
25 Oct 2017 Influence of Asian Monsoon on European Climate
14 Sep 2017
Research aircraft HALO investigating the transport of greenhouse gases above the Atlantic
13 Sep 2017

Additional Information

Press contact

Our contact person for journalists during COP23 is:

Erhard Zeiss, Press Officer
Tel.: +49 2461 61-1841

Further information

COP 23 website

IPCC website







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