|New Environmental Atlas-monograph "Selenga-Baikal" is a fundamental overview of the Russian Geographical Society Baikal expedition. The book provides an overview on environmental, geochemical and hydrological issues of Selenga river that is the main tributary of Lake Baikal. It describes the Selenga catchments, assessments and processes of aquatic landscapes as well as a novel study on contaminant fluxes and their transformation in Selenga River delta.
Environmental Atlas-monograph “Selenga-Baikal, edited by N. Kasimov. M., Faculty of Geography, MSU, 2018, 288 p. Available in Russian here. Dated 17 April 2019.
|Open position at ICOS: Officer for SEACRIFOG project. ICOS Head Office in Helsinki, Finland is seeking an Officer for the SEACRIFOG project which is supporting the EU-African cooperation on research infrastructures for foodsecurity & greenhouse gas observations. Read more about the position: icos-ri.eu/event/476. Dated 18 March 2018.|
|ExtremeEarth (EE) partner meeting was held on 14 March 2019 at the Helmholtz offices in Brussels. EE now looking for funding opportunities of the new Mission concept in Horizon Europe and Digital Europe and new partnerships making impact. The grand approach of EE is coordinated by ECMWF. INAR /Univ. Helsinki is one of the core partners. Learn more on the EE here. Dated 15 March 2019|
PEEX "Pan-Eurasian Experiment" study is a multidisciplinary climate change, air quality, environment and research infrastructure program focused on the Northern Eurasian particularly arctic and boreal regions. It is a bottom up initiative by several European, Russian and Chinese research organizations and institutes. PEEX is open for new institutes to join in. Read more on PEEX - PEEX Science Plan