The Finnish Meteorological Institute has developed a high-resolution numerical model for examining the connection between clouds and aerosols. The model makes more accurate global climate models possible.
"Because interactions between aerosols and clouds can now been modelled more accurately, the model can be used to provide new research information. The information can be applied, for example, in global climate models to improve the description of aerosols and clouds," says Researcher Juha Tonttila.
The Finnish Meteorological Institute is a leading expert in meteorology, air quality, climate change, earth observation, marine and arctic research areas. FMI is in a unique position to study various themes of climate change in the Northern context.
High-quality observational data and research is utilized to develop services to benefit our everyday life. Visible examples are improvement of weather forecasts, development of new expert and warning services as well as applications of the newest research results.