On land and sea, new Greece climate change infrastructure to supply data vital to climate study and predicting natural disasters
The southeastern Mediterranean is a region with its own distinctive climate, a natural laboratory that can help scientists observe and predict climate change globally. And yet it has been insufficiently studied so far.
To close this gap, two leading research centres of the Greek state are constructing infrastructure and equipment to measure the air and explore the waters and seabed of the southeastern Mediterranean—from the highest layer of the atmosphere to more than 5 000 metres under the sea surface in the deepest part of the Mediterranean, which happens to be located in Greece.
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