of Russian State Hydrometeorological University
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May 27, 2016 Julia Schmale, a researcher of the Laboratory of Atmospheric Chemistry, Paul Scherrer Institute (Switzerland), member of the Scientific Committee of the PACES project *, a member of the expert group of the Arctic Monitoring and AssessmentProgramme Expert Group on Black Carbon and Ozone, and member of the working group for atmospheric research at the International Arctic Science Committee visited the Russian State Hydrometeorological University. She presented the project "PACES" for the study of air pollution in the Arctic and the results of leading research in the expert report, "The Impact of short-lived impurities to the changing Arctic climate." The meeting covered issues of international scientific cooperation for specialists, students and graduate students RSHU and negotiations were held on the possibility of sharing with PACES international workshop on air pollution in the Arctic region and its social impacts.
* PACES is part of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project study and is being implemented with the support of the International Arctic Science Committee.
More details about the project PACES.
The role of aerosol in a changing Arctic