Arctic Methane and Permafrost Challenge (AMPAC)

An ESA and NASA collaborative community initiative

Arctic Methane and Permafrost Challenge (AMPAC)

An ESA and NASA collaborative community initiative

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THE CHALLENGE

What are the current methane emissions in the Arctic and what are the sources and sinks? Will the fraction of the carbon permafrost feedback increase in the future? Why do we see rapid changes in permafrost not followed by a commensurate net rise in methane emissions? What can we learn from the increasing number of satellite observations over the Arctic high latitudes?

NASA and ESA are launching a transatlantic initiative to address these and other questions and help solving the Arctic Methane and Permafrost Challenge.

UPCOMING EVENTS

ESA Training Course on Arctic Methane and Permafrost 2024 <br> Svalbard Science Centre, Norway

September 9 - September 14

The European Space Agency (ESA) is organising an Earth Observation (EO) training course in collaboration with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the Svalbard Integrated Arctic Earth Observing System, SIOS. The course will take place from 9-14 September 2024 at the Svalbard Science Centre in Svalbard, Norway. The training is designed to promote and …

Sep 09
ESA Training Course on Arctic Methane and Permafrost 2024 <br> Svalbard Science Centre, Norway
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