This project has ended |
2011 - 2014

MACC-II (Monitoring Atmospheric Composition and Climate - Interim Implementation) operates and improves data-analysis and modelling systems for a range of atmospheric constituents that are important for climate, air quality and surface solar radiation

Product lines include data records on atmospheric composition for recent years, data for monitoring present conditions and forecasts of the distribution of key constituents for a few days ahead.

MACC-II is funded under the Framework Programme of the European Union and provides the pre-operational atmospheric environmental service of Copernicus. This service complements the weather analysis and forecasting services provided by European and national organisations by addressing the composition of the atmosphere. The project comprises 36 European partner institutes and is co-ordinated by ECMWF.

For more information, please see the MACC-II website.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Framework Programme under grant agreement number 283576.

MACC-II (Monitoring Atmospheric Composition and Climate - Interim Implementation) operated and improved data-analysis and modelling systems for a range of atmospheric constituents that are important for climate, air quality and surface solar radiation.


Product lines included data records on atmospheric composition for recent years, data for monitoring present conditions and forecasts of the distribution of key constituents for a few days ahead.

MACC-II provided the pre-operational atmospheric environmental service of Copernicus (CAMS). This service complements the weather analysis and forecasting services provided by European and national organisations by addressing the composition of the atmosphere. The project comprised 36 European partner institutes and was co-ordinated by ECMWF.


MACC-II published a Final Report, which is available from http://atmosphere.copernicus.eu/sites/default/files/repository/MACCII_FinalReport_0.pdf

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Framework Programme under grant agreement number 283576.