Application for membership of the FAAM Science Strategy Committee
The FAAM Airborne Laboratory is a major UK platform that provides in-situ and remotely sensed observational data about the atmosphere.
The FAAM Science Strategy Committee is a key element of the management of the FAAM facility, providing leadership, advising on investment decisions and scientific direction, and serving as a high-level link to the user community. It meets twice a year at Cranfield.
With the future of the FAAM aircraft now assured for the next ten years, and plans well advanced for a major mid-life upgrade to the aircraft and instrumentation, we invite established scientists with an interest in airborne measurements to join the Science Strategy Committee.
Appointments are normally for 3 years in the first instance, and may be extended with the agreement of the FAAM Board.
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