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11 September, 2018

Multiyear Tracking of Atmospheric Radicals

Researchers developed a new method to derive both short-lived atmospheric hydroxyl and chlorine radical concentrations over several years.

05 September, 2018

Scholars discuss the formalization and implications of the Anthropocene

The Anthropocene Working Group holds a meeting at Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz

13 August, 2018

The cycling of poisonous chemicals from the past

Monsoon remobilizes phased-out chemicals stored in South Asian soils

09 August, 2018

Investigating global air pollution

The Chemistry of the Atmosphere Field Experiment in Africa of the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry has started

30 July, 2018

An increase in Southern Ocean upwelling may explain the Holocene CO2 rise

During the 10 000 years preceding the industrial revolution, there was a small but significant increase in atmospheric CO2 concentrations which may have played a crucial role in stabilizing the climate of the Holocene epoch....

23 July, 2018

Surprise from the jungle soil

Soil microorganisms in the Amazon rainforest can affect atmospheric chemistry

29 June, 2018

Air pollution – an important and neglected cause of death

Particulate matter significantly increases mortality amongst children in low-income countries

26 June, 2018

Honor and career jump for Chinese atmospheric researchers from Mainz

Three scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry have obtained prestigious awards and faculty positions through the Chinese 1000 Talents Program in China.

15 June, 2018

ESRP meeting in Göttingen

Press release of the MPI for Meteorology in Hamburg Hamburg, 15 June 2018 The annual meeting of the Earth System Research Partnership, composed of Max Planck institutes and associated institutes, took place from 6 to 8 June...

14 June, 2018

The Janus head of the South Asian monsoon

The world's largest weather phenomenon efficiently purifies the air of pollutants, but also distributes them across the globe