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EGU Award to SMHI researcher

Joseph Sedlar, researcher at the SMHI, has received the EGU Award for outstanding young researchers in the field of atmospheric sciences.

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SMHI Researchers to participate in major geoscientific conference – EGU 2016

Researchers from around the world will be gathering in Vienna for the annual research conference arranged by the European Geosciences Union (EGU) April 18-22. The conference covers all fields of research concerning the earth, the planets and space. This year the theme is The Active Planet.

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Joakim Langner is the new head of SMHI research

Joakim Langner has been appointed as new head of the SMHI research department. He has a background of many years as a researcher in air quality and climate, and long experience from leading positions at SMHI.

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Probability forecasts make production planning for wind power easier

A weather forecast can be even more useful if it is combined with other similar forecasts. By comparing different weather forecasts, you can gain an overall probability of specific future weather events taking place. This is the basis of probability forecasts, an aspect of meteorology which is currently being developed for the wind power industry.

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Bilateral collaboration increasing knowledge about air quality in Brazil

SMHI is collaborating with the Brazilian authorities to improve the air quality in Brazilian cities. The levels of particles and soot in the air are being charted to find solutions that improve air quality and consequently the health of the inhabitants.

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