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Helmholtz Research School
Mechanisms and Interactions of Climate Change in Mountain Regions

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  • Workshop 'How to publish' 2019
  • Flux Measurement Fundamentals 2018
  • MICMoR Summer School 2018
  • MICMoR Vision

Our young academic authors learned step-by-step from 27th to 29th May 2019 all relevant stages in the preparation, writing, submission and peer-reviewed process in the 3-day course “How to publish in peer-reviewed journals”. The course included exercises for drafting the main manuscript sections or for improving their own manuscript drafts. All academic authors received structured feedback from the other participants and the instructor, Dr. Gunther Tress (TRESS ACADEMIC, Planegg).

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Workshop 'How to publish' 2019

The TERENO Short course `Flux Measurement Fundamentals 2018´ in Garmisch-Partenkirchen focused on the use of micrometeorological methods to obtain and analyze fluxes of momentum, heat and gases by eddy-covariance. 15 participants from 8 nations were taught by 5 experts in the field.

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Flux Measurement Fundamentals 2018
This year’s summer school in Garmisch-Partenkirchen focused on Carbon-Nitrogen Interactions across Ecosystems and Scales, organized by guest scientist Prof. Christine Goodale, PhD (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA). We welcomed 21 participants from 7 nations and 5 experts. Read more
MICMoR Summer School 2018

MICMoR aims at training young scientists for careers in the climate change field. Today much more is asked from the next generation of researchers: academic research skills in just one scientific field is often not enough, but an interdisciplinary approach is required to be able to cross boundaries and seek new innovative ideas. In addition, an international global orientation as well as networking and exchange with cooperation partners is crucial for scientific careers ...

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MICMoR Vision

Welcome to MICMoR,

the Helmholtz Research School on Mechanisms and Interactions of Climate Change in Mountain Regions, based at KIT/IMK-IFU in Garmisch-Partenkirchen!

MICMoR’s research is directed to the consequences of climate change for biosphere, atmosphere and pedo-/hydrosphere processes. Its Graduate Program offers scientific training for PhD students from a background in climate change research. It also provides training in professional competencies and offers various opportunities of international exchange and collaboration. Our vision is to train a new generation of outstanding young scientists to navigate successfully in collaborative climate change research.

We thank especially all our MICMoR Fellows and the MICMoR Scientists for their commitment and engagement in MICMoR activities.

The MICMoR Coordination Team
KIT/IMK-IFU, Garmisch-Partenkirchen