Hot weather in European part of Russia brings the biggest black carbon pollution into the Arctic

Authors: Dr. Olga Popovicheva, Vasilii Kobelev, Dr. Marina Chichaeva, Acad. Prof. Nikolay Kasimov Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia Aerosol station “Island Bely” is located on Bely Island in Kara sea (YNAO, North Western Siberia) (lat=73.333, lon=70.066), it was installed in 2019 https://peexhq.home.blog/2019/12/11/new-research-aerosol-stations-in-the-russian-arctic/. Researchers from Moscow State University (https://www.msu.ru/science/news/uchyenye-otkryli-novuyu-aerozolnuyu-stantsiyu-v-arktike.html) perform the long-term measurements of black … Continue reading Hot weather in European part of Russia brings the biggest black carbon pollution into the Arctic

Horizon 2020 CRiceS project on Climate relevant interactions and feedbacks

The Horizon-2020 CRiceS (Climate Relevant interactions and feedbacks: the key role of sea ice and Snow in the polar and global climate system) project coordinated by the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI, Finland) and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS, France). The new project (start in September 2021) led by Prof. Risto Makkonen (FMI) … Continue reading Horizon 2020 CRiceS project on Climate relevant interactions and feedbacks

Impact of climate change on different types of cryosphere in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

Text by: Lobanov V.A.1, Grigorjeva A.A.2, Goroshkova N.I.3 1Russian State Hydrometeorological University, St.Petersburg, 2Yakutsk Hydrometeorological Department, Yakutsk, 3Russian State Hydrological Institute, St.Petersburg In the coldest territory of Russia, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the impact of climate change on two main characteristics of the cryosphere is considered: permafrost and ice regime of rivers. To study … Continue reading Impact of climate change on different types of cryosphere in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

‘Multilevel Local, Nation- and Regionwide Education and Training in Climate Services, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation / ClimEd’

Summary of the Erasmus+ Project Regional Priority: Modernisation of curriculum by developing new and innovative courses and methodologies in the Subject areas as defined (Environment). Duration: 15.11.2020 – 14.11.2023 Target groups: (1) Academic institutions: faculty, students (master and doctoral students) (2) Hydrometeorological institutions in Ukraine: managers and personnel (3) Political and economic public bodies (4) … Continue reading ‘Multilevel Local, Nation- and Regionwide Education and Training in Climate Services, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation / ClimEd’

Investigation of heat waves indices applicability for the territory of Ukraine – summary of research

Authors: Ivan Kostyrko (contact email: vanfildin(a)gmail.com) and Olga Shevchenko (contact email: olga.s.meteo(a)gmail.com) Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (TSNUK), Kyiv, Ukraine During the last decades, the number of heatwaves (HWs) has increased worldwide. Therefore, it is very important to determine the duration, intensity, and other HW characteristics, in particular under climate change condition. In this study, several … Continue reading Investigation of heat waves indices applicability for the territory of Ukraine – summary of research

The Web Application for the Environmental Education

by Dr. Vladimir Chukin (MeteoLab LLC, Russia) Modern climate changes lead to the need for society to adapt to them in agriculture, construction, transportation, as well as in many other sectors of the economy. It is today's youth that will implement these changes together in the near future. Therefore, it is now necessary to conduct … Continue reading The Web Application for the Environmental Education

Standardised greenhouse gas data helps to steer climate change mitigation efforts

ICOS, Integrated Carbon Observation System, measures greenhouse gases in a standardised network of over 130 stations across 12 European countries to produce science-based information for both the scientific community and for the decision makers.