MEMO2: MEthane goes MObile – MEsurements and MOdelling

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ROMEO – afterwards impressions by Patryk Lakomiec

Learn more? Look here! The ROMEO campaign ended some time ago and now it’s time to say few words about that. I’m Patryk and I’m doing my PhD in Sweden, where I’m focused on methane fluxes from wetlands. For me this campaign was an opportunity to do measurements from different sources and with different range…

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Mila Stanisavljevic – Adventurous month in Germany

Just after the holidays and 2019 New Year eve, my secondment started in Germany at the Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University (UHEI). I have spent one fruitful month working together with ESR1 Piotr Korben at Dr. Martina Schmidt’s group. Before I collaborate with colleague Piotr (and part of his team) in terms of the…

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Malika Menoud – Let’s play with the isotopic signatures!

What I am doing in my PhD is to measure the isotopic signatures from different methane sources and at several locations. I’ve now started more than 2 years ago and start to have a decently large dataset of characterized sources. Let’s team-up with the people who are modelling the CH4 isotopes and see how we can…

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Barbara Szenasi – Secondment in the exceptionally sunny Netherlands!

Let’s start with something unusual; the Netherlands is normally not a sunny country, but it was exceptionally sunny during the four weeks of my secondment from mid-June to mid-July 2019. I would call it pure luck, some others may call it climate change. Anyway, the beautiful, not rainy, warm weather made my stay in the…

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MEMO2 @ home

Hi everybody out there! For our project we were used to lots of traveling, being in the field for sampling or meet our friends and colleagues during conferences. None of this is possible at the moment, but honestly there are currently much more important things in life. Supporting our society by not spreading the virus…

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Randulph Morales – Being closer to the environment in Wageningen

November 2019 Hello again! It is this time of the year again when I had to move out of Switzerland and visit one of our academic partners in the project. This time, I visited Wageningen University in the Netherlands! The Meteorology and Air Quality Group of Wageningen University runs a Direct Nuemerical Simulation (DNS) and…

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Piotr Korben – Is Paris a romantic city or a city of methane?

What is your first thought about this question? Is it a serious question? Is it a joke? Is it somehow connected with science? How? All these questions are correct and quite understandable. Let me show you some explanations. When we think about methane, probably we think about cows and coal mines, aaaaaaand this is correct,…

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ROMEO blogs

Interested about the ROMEO part of MEMO2? Follow our blogs about it! We will show you how we organise and execute our measurements of methane in Romania to get a better idea of emissions from the oil and gas sector there. ROMEO – or MEMO2 goes East ROMEO – get started! ROMEO – City campaign…

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