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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

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SEACRIFOG logo rgb FINAL 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
extremeearth 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
SMEAR Arctic2 Call for papers: The Calotte Academy 2019 is to be organized in 2-9 June 2019 in the European Arctic — Finland, Norway and Russia. This year's team is “Future Arctic Societies: Scenarios, Innovations, Best Practices, Drivers & Actors.”. This is call for papers for established researchers and early-career scientists (ECS), particularly PhD candidates and post-docs, with different academic backgrounds to participate and present their work in the 2019 Calotte Academy. The deadline for applications — which should include an abstract (ca. 250-350 words) and a short letter of intent —  is March 17, 2019. For more information see the announcement. Dated 11 March 2019.

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Course announcement: 15th School on Atmospheric Aerosol Physics, Measurement, and Sampling will take place in Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station in Juupajoki, Southern Finland, from May 17th to 24th, 2019. This summer school is mainly intended for doctoral students (5 etc), young scientist, and personnel from aerosol measuring stations and research institutes, involved in ACTRIS, CRAICC, GAW, GUAN, and EMEP, but also from national metrology institutions involved in EMPIR projects. The lectures will be given and discussed interactively in English. The applications for the course should be done electronically using the following link: https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/94500/lomake.html. For further information on the course contents, travel and accommodation, please see the course announcement or contact: katrianne.lehtipalo (at) helsinki.fi and juha.kangasluoma (at) helsinki.fi. Dated 4 March 2019.
 metsa anemometri Course announcement: Welcome to challenge yourself, apply your expertise in a new environment, and make friends across disciplines by participating the Climate of Change - Integrating art and science in the time of climate change course to be held 20–29th May 2019 in Hyytiälä forestry field station, Finland. The course is jointly organizes by University of Helsinki, INAR, Atmospheric sciences master program and University of the Arts, Theatre Academy. The course continues the successful co-operation established last year (Think Like A Forest, Integrating art, science and activism, blogs.helsinki.fi/vallisaari/) in introducing both art and science students in an transdisciplinary approach to climate change. Apply via e-form by 19th March. Dated 2 Feb 2019.
3MUGIS19 summerschool The 3rd International summer school on Monitoring, modeling and managing urban soils and green infrastructure (3MUGIS-2019) on the topic ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL SOIL LANDSCAPES IN EUROPEAN RUSSIA: FROM SEA TO SEA is held on 21 July - 11 August 2019. 3MUGIS-2019 will include a full week of intensive on-campus lectures and training by highly recognized experts in environmental science, soil science, landscape planning and sustainable urban development, followed by an expanded two-week field tour from the White Sea (Kandalaksha town, 67N; 32E) to the Azov Sea (Taganrog town, 47N; 38E). The tour will give students a unique overview of the natural and cultural diversity of European Russia. The course is 3 ETC.  More info on website and leafletDated 31 Jan 2019

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EGU19 PEEX co organizing session 

The EGU General Assembly 2019, taking place in Vienna (Austria) on 7–12 April 2019, will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. PEEX is present in the special session on "Coupled modelling and data assimilation of dynamics and chemistry of the atmosphere" organised in cooperation with the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS; https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu), PEEX and the WMO Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) Programme (http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/arep/gaw/gaw_home_en.html). More details available here. Early registration fees to EGU 2019 are available until the end of February. Dated 31 Jan 2019

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