This study compares CO2 fluxes from 8 measurement towers in European cities between the lockdown and data from the previous years. Previously, in the URCLIM project, the urban climate model TEB was improved to be able to simulate the CO2 fluxes using the previous years measurements of one of these towers, in Kumpula, Helsinki, Finland.…Continue reading A new ICOS study has shown a reduction of CO2 emission during the Covid-19 lockdown
THE RESEARCH COMMUNITY REMAINS ACTIVE DURING THE LOCKDOWN Due to the exceptional context the world is dealing with, the URCLIM team is still managing activities while teleworking since March 2020. Such activities cannot be put on hold since urban climate information provide core elements for public health policies. As specified by the World Meteorological Organisation,…Continue reading URCLIM Flash News – April 2020
The French National Mapping Agency (IGN) is looking for a bold and motivated 6-month intern as of February 2020 to work on the European project “URCLIM”. The main issue to be addressed during this internship is methodological. Given a portion of the urban fabric, how can we accommodate the «morphological» point of view and the…Continue reading The URCLIM team is hiring!