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Activities \ Detailed Activities \ 2004 - 2005

 

2004 - 2005

  • Τhe M-K Foundation together with the National Committee of IGBP-Global Change of the Academy of Athens organized a Colloquium entitled "Monitoring of Global Change in high latitudes". The Colloquium was held on March 30, 2004 in the National Hellenic Research Foundation.

From the opening Ceremony Aesculapion of Kos.

  • The 2004 "WMO Professor Mariolopoulos Trust Fund Award" was awarded to the following two scientists :

  • Dr. Amna Jrrar for her paper entitled : "The dynamically-driven long-term trend in stratospheric ozone over northern middle latitudes" of the University of Cambridge.

Professor C. Zerefos presenting the "WMO Professor Mariolopoulos Trust Fund Award".

  • Dr. Michal Strizik for his paper entitled : "Remote sensing detection of atmospheric pollutants by differential absorption LIDAR 510M/SODAR PA2 mobile system" of the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute.

The Eparch of Kos, the representative of WMO and the awarded Scientist of the "WMO Professors Mariolopoulos Trust Fund Award".

The Award was presented by the Vice President of the Mariolopoulos- Kanaginis Foundation, Professor Christos Zerefos, Secretary of the International Ozone Commission and Mrs. Maria Kypraiou, Eparch of Kos, during the Opening Ceremony of the Quadrennial Ozone Symposium QOS2004, held in Kos, Greece on May 31, 2004. The Ceremony was attended by the f. President of the Hellenic Republic, the Minster for the Aegean and other Officers.

  • The donator and first President of the Foundation, Ekaterini-Nina Mariolopoulos, passed away on August 24, 2004. The Board of Directors issued a declaration and authorized the new President to lay a funeral wreath.

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