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A moving lab for atmospheric research was set up at Hyytiälä, Finland
Date:3/7/2014

d their interconnections have been measured 24/7 since 1996.

Currently the moving laboratory has been put into operation. During the course of the spring some active measurement periods will be implemented as scientists unravel e.g. the growth process of snowflakes. The laboratory equipment is to be complemented as well: until now, there are earth surface observation and remote sensing instruments from the U.S., among other things.


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Contact: Mai Allo
mai.allo@helsinki.fi
University of Helsinki
Source:Eurekalert

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