Currently over half of world's population lives in urban areas and the fraction is expected to further increase in the future. Thus, increasing number of people is exposed to local urban meteorology and climate at the same time when emitting increasing amount of air pollutants and greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Our group studies the coupling between the urban ecosystem and the atmosphere using state-of-the-art observations and modelling (more details in Research section). Our group is part of Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR).
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Finally paper on machine-learning models to replicate LES modelled air pollutant concentrations along boulevard-typ… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Paper describing our approach to plan healthier cities by combining traffic and air pollutant modelling with popula… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

@KarttunenSasu and @MinttuHavu from #urbanmet_INAR present at the #ICOSCities kick-off twitter.com/icos_ri/status…