Climate research at the Rossby Centre

The Rossby Centre pursues research on climate processes and the behaviour of the climate system. Our main tools are the global and regional climate models developed within the research unit. Work is conducted both on model development and evaluation of data, as well as modelling applications for process studies and climate change research in support of impact and adaptation studies.

 
 

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Other research at SMHI

The SMHI research department  focuses mainly on applications in meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, climate and related environmental fields. The researchers collaborate in Swedish research projects, EU projects and other international projects. SMHI’s research is mainly externally funded.

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Professional services

SMHI offers products and services of high quality for professional users as well as private users. The products and services are designed to facilitate your decision making and range from consulting services to products designed for weather sensitive industries. SMHI strives to carry out an active dialogue with our customers in order to develop and adapt our products and services to fit your needs.

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SMHI, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute

SMHI is a government agency under the Ministry of the Environment. The mission is to manage and develop information on weather, water and climate that provides knowledge and advanced decision-making data for public services, the private sector and the general public. SMHI aims to contribute to increased social benefit, safety and a sustainable society.

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Other research at SMHI

The SMHI research department  focuses mainly on applications in meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, climate and related environmental fields. The researchers collaborate in Swedish research projects, EU projects and other international projects. SMHI’s research is mainly externally funded.

Learn more

Professional services

SMHI offers products and services of high quality for professional users as well as private users. The products and services are designed to facilitate your decision making and range from consulting services to products designed for weather sensitive industries. SMHI strives to carry out an active dialogue with our customers in order to develop and adapt our products and services to fit your needs.

Learn more

SMHI, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute

SMHI is a government agency under the Ministry of the Environment. The mission is to manage and develop information on weather, water and climate that provides knowledge and advanced decision-making data for public services, the private sector and the general public. SMHI aims to contribute to increased social benefit, safety and a sustainable society.