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PAN-EURASIAN EXPERIMENT (PEEX) PROGRAM: AN OVERVIEW OF THE FIRST 5 YEARS IN OPERATION AND FUTURE PROSPECTS

https://doi.org/10.24057/2071-9388-2018-11-1-6-19

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The Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) program was initiated as a bottom-up approach by the researchers coming fromFinlandandRussiain October 2012. The PEEX China kick off meeting was held in November 2013. During its five years in operation, the program has established a governance structure and delivered a science plan for the Northern Eurasian region. PEEX has also introduced a concept design for a modelling platform and ground-based in situ observation systems for detecting land-atmosphere and ocean-atmosphere interactions. Today, PEEX has an extensive researcher’s network representing research communities coming from the Nordic countries,RussiaandChina. PEEX is currently carrying out its research activities on a project basis, but is looking for more coordinated funding bases, especially inRussiaand inChina. The near-future challenge in implementing the PEEX research agenda is to achieve a successful integration and identification of the methodological approaches of the socio-economic research to environmental sciences. Here we give insight into these issues and provide an overview on the main tasks for the upcoming years.

About the Authors

Hanna K. Lappalainen
University of Helsinki; Finnish Meteorological Institute; Tyumen State University
Finland

PhD, Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Program Secretary General, works currently at PEEX HeadquartersInstitute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science, Universityof Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

 

Finnish Meteorological Institute,Helsinki,Finland 

Department of Cryosphere, Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia



Nuria Altimir
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science 

Helsinki



Veli-Matti Kerminen
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki

 



Tuukka Petäjä
University of Helsinki; Finnish Meteorological Institute; Nanjing University
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland;
Department of Cryosphere, Tyumen State University, Tyumen, Russia; 
Joint international research Laboratory of Atmospheric and Earth SysTem sciences (JirLATEST), Nanjing University, Nanjing, China



Risto Makkonen
University of Helsinki
Finland
Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Pavel Alekseychik
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Nina Zaitseva
Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation
Dept. of Earth Sciences


Irina Bashmakova
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Joni Kujansuu
University of Helsinki; Nanjing University
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; 

Joint international research Laboratory of Atmospheric and Earth SysTem sciences (JirLATEST), Nanjing University, Nanjing, China



Antti Lauri
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Päivi Haapanala
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Stephany B. Mazon
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Alla Borisova
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Pavel Konstantinov
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Federation

Faculty of Geography

Moscow



Sergej Chalov
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Federation

Faculty of Geography

Moscow



Tuomas Laurila
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Finland
Helsinki


Eija Asmi
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Finland
Helsinki


Heikki Lihavainen
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Finland
Helsinki


Jaana Bäck
University of Helsink
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Michael Arshinov
Institute of Atmospheric Optics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation
Tomsk


Alexander Mahura
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Steven Arnold
University of Leeds
United Kingdom
Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science, School of Earth and Environment


Timo Vihma
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Finland
Helsinki


Petteri Uotila
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Gerrit de Leeuw
Finnish Meteorological Institute,
Finland
Helsinki


Ilmo Kukkonen
University of Helsinki
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science

Helsinki



Svetlana Malkhazova
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Federation

Faculty of Geography 

 Moscow



Veli-Pekka Tynkkynen
University of Helsinki
Finland

Aleksanteri Institute, Department of Social Research 

Helsinki



Irina Fedorova
St. Petersburg State University
Russian Federation

Institute of Earth Science, OSL, Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute 

St. Petersburg



Hans Christian Hansson
Stockholm University
Sweden

Dept. of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry

Stockholm 



Sergey Dobrolyubov
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Federation

Faculty of Geography 

Moscow



Vladimir Melnikov
Tyumen State University; Tyumen Scientific Center, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Science
Russian Federation

Department of Cryosphere, Tyumen State University,

Tyumen



Gennady Matvienko
Institute of Atmospheric Optics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation
Tomsk


Alexander Baklanov
Tyumen Scientific Center, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Science
Russian Federation
Tyumen


Yrjö Viisanen
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Finland
Helsinki


Nikolay Kasimov
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Federation

Faculty of Geography 

Moscow



Huadong Guo
Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth 

Beijing



Valery Bondur
AEROCOSMOS Research Institute for Aerospace Monitoring
Russian Federation
Moscow


Sergej Zilitinkevich
Universityof Helsinki; Finnish Meteorological Institute; Lomonosov Moscow State University; Tyumen State University; Nizhny Novgorod State University
Russian Federation

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science, Universityof Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; 

Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki,Finland; 

Faculty of Geography,Lomonosov Moscow State University,Moscow,Russia;

Department of Cryosphere,Tyumen State University,Tyumen,Russia;

Department of Radiophysics,Nizhny Novgorod State University,Nizhny Novgorod,Russia



Markku Kulmala
University of Helsinki; Tyumen State University
Finland

Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research INAR / Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; 

Department of Cryosphere, Tyumen State University, Tyumen



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Lappalainen H.K., Altimir N., Kerminen V., Petäjä T., Makkonen R., Alekseychik P., Zaitseva N., Bashmakova I., Kujansuu J., Lauri A., Haapanala P., Mazon S.B., Borisova A., Konstantinov P., Chalov S., Laurila T., Asmi E., Lihavainen H., Bäck J., Arshinov M., Mahura A., Arnold S., Vihma T., Uotila P., de Leeuw G., Kukkonen I., Malkhazova S., Tynkkynen V., Fedorova I., Hansson H.C., Dobrolyubov S., Melnikov V., Matvienko G., Baklanov A., Viisanen Y., Kasimov N., Guo H., Bondur V., Zilitinkevich S., Kulmala M. PAN-EURASIAN EXPERIMENT (PEEX) PROGRAM: AN OVERVIEW OF THE FIRST 5 YEARS IN OPERATION AND FUTURE PROSPECTS. GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY. 2018;11(1):6-19. https://doi.org/10.24057/2071-9388-2018-11-1-6-19

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