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Helmholtz-University Young Investigators Group SeaKLIM presents its final report
Exhausts of industry, cars and aircraft are investigated since a long time because they significantly change the Earth’s atmosphere and the global climate. Only ship emissions remained unregarded for a long time. Since 2004 the impact of ship emissions on atmosphere and climate was investigated by the Helmholtz-University Young Investigators Group SeaKLIM, a cooperative project of the DLR Institute of Atmospheric Physics and the Institute of Environmental Physics of the University of Bremen. Now the final report is available: fine particles (aerosols) that are released into the atmosphere counteract the global warming, but contribute to air pollution.
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