The ’MARSU’ RISE Exchange Network is a multi-site program carried by 4 Member States (MS) partner institutions (three from the academic sector and one from the non-academic sector) and six Third Countries (TC) institutions from South America, Africa and Asia.

Atlas Mohammed V

The ATLAS-MOHAMMED V Atmospheric Research Station is operated by Mohammed V University  (UM5) Rabat, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS-ICARE, Orléans) and Orléans University. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme


  Nathalie Hayeck and Martin Bruggemann, Post-docs at CNRS-Lyon, during their secondments at Fudan University (Shanghai, China): sea-air exchange chemistry Other Secondments   Hartmut Herrmann/Atlas M5 Prof Hartmut Herrmann (TROPOS, Germany) guiding students at the Atlas-UM5 Atmospheric Research Station (Ifrane,

Data from the ATLAS-MOHAMMED V Atmospheric Research Station

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10Institutional Partners
32Individual members


The consortium participants are carefully chosen to cover a wide range of disciplines. The beneficiaries of MARSU, are specialised in aerosol measurements, in measurements techniques, in bulk phase chemistry, in surface chemistry and numerical modelling of multiphase chemistry.