The Finnish Meteorological Institute is a leading expert in meteorology, air quality, climate change, earth observation, marine and arctic research areas.
FMI's researchers publish about 300 peer-reviewed articles annually.
In Science News we publish current information about FMI's studies on the weather, the sea and the climate.
A new record for snowfall within 24 hours was measured in Finland on 8 January 2016 when 73 cm of snow fell in less than 24 hours in Merikarvia.
Such sea-effect snowfall situations may cause serious problems for transport and power lines in coastal areas. Predicting and understanding them better is therefore important for humanity.
Researcher Anna Luomaranta, email@example.com
Researcher Kirsti Jylhä, firstname.lastname@example.org
Olsson, T., Perttula, T., Jylhä, K., and Luomaranta, A.: Intense sea-effect snowfall case on the western coast of Finland, Adv. Sci. Res., 14, 231-239 https://doi.org/10.5194/asr-14-231-2017, 2017.
FMI researchers produce some 300 publications annually, the majority of them in international scientific journals. Research results are also published in FMI´ss own publications series. FMI`s own series are:
* FMI Contributions: high-quality peer-reviewed research results, mainly doctoral dissertations
* FMI Reports: current research results mainly for customers and other stakeholders
All publications from 2016 onwards can be found on Helda.