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[1] Pan-eurasian experiment (peex) program overwiev - activities in 2012-2015 and future prospects / H. K. Lappalainen, T. P. V-M Kerminen, R. M. A. Malkamäki et al. // Proceedings of the 2nd Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Conference and the 6th PEEX Meeting / Ed. by H. Lappalainen. — Vol. 180 of Report series in Aerosol Science. — Helsinki, 2016. — P. 259–263. Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) initiative (https://www.atm.helsinki.fi/peex/) is an international, multi disciplinary, multiscale bottom up initiative established in 2012. The main focus of the initiative is to solve interlinked global environmental challenges influencing societies in the Northern Eurasian region. The goal is to solve with comprehensive, continuous observations the scientific questions that are specifically important for the Arctic-boreal region in the coming years, in particular the global climate change and its consequences to nature and the Northern societies. PEEX aims to deliver novel ground based land-atmosphere data for constructing reliable early warning systems (floods, forest fires, droughts),for predicting extreme weather events and estimating the environmental contamination of industrial accidents The initiative has grown fast and at the moment it is involving research communities from 20 different countries from Europe, Russian and China. Altogether 80 institutes have contributed to the PEEX Science Plan, which identifies the program at large, introduces the research agenda, the components of the future PEEX research infrastructure, the topics relevant for impact making and outreach activities. The program is coordinated by the University of Helsinki and the Finnish Meteorological Institute together with the Moscow State University (MSU) and AEROCOSMOS from Russia and Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (RADI) and University of Nanjing from China.

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