by: Martha Arbayani Zaidan The scientific media is brimming with Artificial Intelligence related buzzwords such as data mining and machine learning. But what do these terms really mean? And can we put these techniques to work in our own research? Data mining can be defined as the process of analysing hidden patterns of data to … Continue reading Data mining and machine learning to enhance data analysis for atmospheric science research
Call-for-Contributions Northern Eurasia/ Arctic Ocean/China research results. We are collecting information on PEEX research to make an overview of the research results achieved during the last five years, for 2015-2019. We will analyze the main results and findings for Northern Eurasia, Arctic Ocean and China, and how well we have covered the PEEX Science Plan … Continue reading Call-for-Contributions: Northern Eurasia/ Arctic Ocean/ China research overview
New Environmental Atlas-monograph "Selenga-Baikal" is a fundamental overview of the Russian Geographical Society Baikal expedition. It describes environmental, geochemical and hydrological issues of Selenga river that is the main tributary of Lake Baikal. The book describes the Selenga catchments, assessments and processes of aquatic landscapes as well as a novel study on contaminant fluxes and … Continue reading New book on Selenga-Baikal
The special issue of the journal Geography, Environment, Sustainability includes the publications presented at the 3rd Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Science Conference which was held on September 19-22, 2017 in Moscow, Russia. The conference was hosted by Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography. More than 150 participants from 12 countries (Russia, Finland, China, Norway, Germany, … Continue reading PEEX activities published in the journal Geography, Environment, Sustainability
In a supercooled water cloud, humidity is high and the area has a ‘stored precipitation potential’, explains Dmitri Moisseev.