Big data and UN’s sustainable development goals

At present, better understanding of various interactions and feedbacks between Earth surface and atmosphere is required to improve climate related predictions and mitigation plans. Foremost, if the global CO2 emissions continue increasing at the current rate, we will have, within 40 years, atmospheric CO2 concentration over 500 ppm (www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/trends/). This value can be considered to be critical … Continue reading Big data and UN’s sustainable development goals

Aerosol Complex of Moscow State University for developing air quality infrastructure in Moscow megacity

Authors: Dr. Olga Popovicheva, Roman Kovach, Prof., Dr. Natalia Kosheleva, Dr. Sergey Chalov, Acad. Prof. Nikolay KasimovLomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia New-developed Aerosol complex is installed at Meteorological Observatory of Moscow State University (MSU), located at the territory of the MSU campus, southwest of Moscow city (Fig. 1). Fig. 1. Aerosol Complex MSU location … Continue reading Aerosol Complex of Moscow State University for developing air quality infrastructure in Moscow megacity

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

1st International Forum on Big Data for Sustainable Development Goals

The International Research Center of Big Data for Sustainable Development Goals is please to invite scientists, engineers, policymakers, and experts from around the world to the 1st International Forum on Big Data for Sustainable Development Goals for improved partnerships and networking towards collaborative and collective efforts in Big Data to support the SDGs. To register please visit the website https://fbas2021.scimeeting.cn/ 

iCUPE project final science workshop

On 9-10 June 2021, the online final scientific meeting of the Horizon-2020 iCUPE project (coordinated by Prof. Tuukka Petaja, University of Helsinki) took place. During these two days, the participants (almost 40 from the iCUPE Partners/Institutions of the European countries and Russian collaborators) presented results and outcomes of research on ground-based component for short-lived climate … Continue reading iCUPE project final science workshop