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Roger Haagmans

Head, Earth Surfaces and Interior Section In ESTEC

European Space Agency

HQ Phone: (202) 833-8773

Email: r***@***.int

European Space Agency

1990 M Street NW Suite 700

Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20036

United States

Company Description

The European Space Agency (ESA) is an intergovernmental organisation created in 1975, with the mission to shape the development of Europe's space capability and ensure that investment in space delivers benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. ESA ... more

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Employment History

Associate Professor In Geodesy and Surveying
Agricultural University Aas, Norway

Assistent Professor
Delft University of Technology

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Scientific Committee

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Roger Haagmans, ESA's Swarm ...

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Roger Haagmans, ESA's Swarm Mission Scientist, said, "The Swarm satellites will be in orbit for another three years at least.


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ESA's Roger Haagmans, who was on hand at the opening event to explain more about observing Earth from space said, "Besides being used to study the effects of global change, information from satellites can also be used to plan future activities related to energy production, building infrastructure and preserving nature.


WICOBS Blog

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"We want to have a system to describe the actual ocean currents because they transport heat and influence climate". (Roger Haagmans)

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The scientist quoted is Roger Haagmans, mission scientist for the European Space Agency's Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE).


WICOBS Blog

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"We want to have a system to describe the actual ocean currents because they transport heat and influence climate". (Roger Haagmans) Three things stand out here. 1. Oceans influence climate. 2. We still know very little about ocean currents and, consequently, about dynamic heat distribution in oceans. Hence the ongoing research. The quote is an excerpt from an article published in NewScientist magazine, April 9 2011, p.7. 3. The article does not mention how the oceans are heated. The scientist quoted is Roger Haagmans, mission scientist for the European Space Agency's Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE).

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