Alas, the “major measurement news” are coming out slower than expected. Anyway: all those interested can head off to the European Facility for Airborne Research (EUFAR), where a mailing list has been set up to share information (not sure if that’s open to the public yet).
Here’s EUFAR’s relevant page as of now:
Measurement flights of volcanic ashes
This page will be updated regularly with new information.
Next EUFAR teleconference tomorrow Wednesday 21st at 2:00 P.M. (CET)
- to report what has been measured so far
- to share experiences.
2 teleconferences took place to discuss the “Status about the volcanic ashes measurement flights”:
– on the 19/04/2010 – meeting 01
– on the 20/04/2010 – meeting 02.
A mailing list to exchange information about the ash measurements is already operational. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe or un-subscribe.
A webpage has also been created. It is available from the “What’s new?” section of the EUFAR website homepage www.eufar.net or directly at:http://www.eufar.net/wiki/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/EufarCMS/VolcanicAshes?skin=view.
A repository to share all the data collected within the aircraft operators and the scientific community will be set up by Wendy Garland from BADC. You will be informed when this is completed (in the next few days).