Todos os projetos podem ser listados aqui:
1.LBA-ECO -TG 06 – Vertical profiles of carbon dioxide and other trace gas species over the Amazon basin using small aircraft – Coord. By Dr. John Miller, and Funded by Nasa from 2003 to 2006
2.LBA-ECO TG 31 – Evaluation and Estimation of Surface Trace Gas Fluxes from Aircraft Measurements Above the Amazon, coord. By Dr. John Miller Funded by NASA from 2003 to 2009
3.AMAZONICA – Amazon Integrated Carbon Analysis, UK-Brazil Consortium coord. By Dr. Manuel Gloor and funded by NERC (NE/F005806/1) from 2009 to 2015.
4.CARBON TRACKER – Carbon Tracking and Water Routing: Control of Climatic Changes and Variability, coordinated by Humberto Rocha and Funded by FAPESP (08/58120-3) from 2009 to 2014.
5.GEOCARBON – Global Carbon Observing System, Funded by 7th Framework European Union’s Research and Innovation funding programme (283080) From 2011 to 2015.
6.Continental and Oceanic CO2 Fluxes, coordinated by Humberto Rocha and Funded by CNPq (403241/2012-3), from 2012 to 2014.
7.ACO – Overview of Aircraft flights from the Amazonian Carbon Observations, UK-Brazil Consortium coord by Hartmut Boesch and funded by NERC (NE/J016233/1) and FAPESP (11/51841-0) from 2012 to 2015.
8.Variability of Amazon Basin Carbon and Methane Balances and its controls”, 401809/2013-7 – Science Without Borders Interannual coordinated by Dr. Luciana V. Gatti (2013-2016)
9.ASICA – New constraints on the Amazonian carbon balance from airborne, coordinated by Prof. Wouter Peters, financed by European Research Council (ERC) under Horizon 2020 (2015-2020), funded € 812,170.63.
10.A Tropical Airborne Validation Capability for OCO-2. Coordinated by Dr. John B. Miller (2014 – 2017), funded by NASA, funded US$ 96,000.00 for vertical profiles.
11.Validation of OCO2 column CO2 over Tropical South America via Inverse Modeling of in situ Measurements. Coordinated by Dr. John B. Miller (2015 – 2018), funded by NASA, funded US$ 118,453.00 for vertical profiles.
12.Scaling from Flux Towers to Ecosystem Models: Regional Constraints on Carbon Cycle Processes from Atmospheric Carbonyl Sulfide, coordinated by Dr. Elliot J. Campbell, funded by NASA, Dr. Joe Berry will participate in the installation of COS instrument and development of methodology.
13.Moya – The Global Methane Budget: Track Records, coordinated by Dr. Euan Nisbet, Royal Holloway, Univ. of London (RHUL), financed by UK NERC grant, (£ 80,000.00 for INPE group). from 2016 to 2020.
14.Caracterização da Distribuição das Concentrações de GEE nas Massas de Ar que Chegam a Costa Norte/Nordeste do Brasil”, coordinated by Dr. Luciana V. Gatti , CNPq Universal project, 480713/2013-8 – (2013-2017), (R$ 40,000.00).
15.BAAF – Belgian-Brazilian network for studying the Atmosphere above the Amazonian Forest – Coordinated by Martine De Maziere funded by BELSPO in 49,000Euros (2015-2018)