Dienstag, 5. April 2016


Today the last instrument arrived at the Agia Marina Xyliatou field site: A MOUDI (Micro-Orifice Uniform Deposit Impactor), operated in a joint project by KIT and the University of British Columbia. It takes size resolved samples that will later be analyzed for ice nucleation activity of the sampled particles.

Furthermore, I learned that you have to travel to Cyprus to get some very good Norwegian chocolate ("Quick lunch"):

Apart from this, we manged to make the first measurements with one of the major INUIT experiments, the combination of FINCH, IN-PCVI and ALABAMA. More details will follow.

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