On space weather factors which can impact terrestrial physical processes

Olga M. Stupishina 1, E.G. Golovina 2 1 Saint-Petersburg State University, Physics, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation (olgastupishina@yandex.ru) 2 Russian State Hydrometeorological University, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation (goloveg@yandex.ru) The main idea of our work is to find out the perspective points for the investigation of space factors which can impact physical processes on Earth surface. Some decades ago … Continue reading On space weather factors which can impact terrestrial physical processes

Investigation of heat waves indices applicability for the territory of Ukraine

Text by Ivan Kostyrko (contact email: vanfildin(a)gmail.com) & 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, … Continue reading Investigation of heat waves indices applicability for the territory of Ukraine

Estimates of anthropogenic CO2 emissions from satellite and ground based measurements

Y. Timofeyev1, G. Nerobelov1, S. Smyshlyaev2, I. Berezin1, Y. Virolainen1, M. Makarova1, A. Poberovsky1, A. Polyakov1, and S. Foka1 1Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation (y.timofeev@spbu.ru) 2Russian State Hydrometeorological University, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation (smyshl@rshu.ru) The influence of greenhouse gases on Earth climate motivated people to establish monitoring systems and set a task before humanity to … Continue reading Estimates of anthropogenic CO2 emissions from satellite and ground based measurements