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International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely piloted Aircraft

A member-based, non-profit society for all scientist doing atmospheric and earth science research. Next meeting is at ISARRA 2016 on May 23 to 25 in Toulouse, France.

Unmanned Aircraft in Science

The prospect of climate change and its consequences for the environment and communities requires political and economic action to help reduce the magnitude of change. Decisions about such actions require a solid factual base, and consequently we need a better understanding of the magnitude and pace of climate change-related modifications in the atmosphere and natural ecosystems. This requires environmental observations and monitoring at a wide range of temporal and spatial scales. ISARRA is society for researcher around the world using unmanned aircraft to observe and monitor, and to collect measurements. ISARRA is open to individuals as members and organizes a yearly conference to  provide a forum for discussions and exchange of knowledge and experience.

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Resources

Information about ISARRA 2016 is now available.

ISARRA conference

Membership of ISARRA is free. Sign up for membership here.

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ISARRA activitives

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