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Research at MISU

Our research covers a wide range of topics in atmospheric science and oceanography.

With research efforts ranging from the depth of the oceans to the upper atmosphere, scientific diversity is a major strength of our department. About fifty scientists and graduate students apply pencil and paper, computer models and advanced experimental methods to obtain a better understanding of our changing environment.

MISU is closely connected to the Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research at Stockholm University. Our strong international collaborations provide an excellent basis for our research. For more information, you can also read our Biennial Reports.

Ongoing research projects at MISU

An overview and brief description of ongoing research at the Department of Meteorology is in the Stockholm University Research Database, with links to contact persons.

Workshop Arctic air mass transformations, 01

Workshop Nov 6-9: Arctic air mass transformations

Understanding air mass transformations in the Arctic – observational and modelling strategies for moving forward.

Research Areas

Our research covers a wide range of topics in atmospheric science, at all altitudes and stretches from chemical and dynamical processes to polar stratospheric clouds, oceanography, and climate studies.

Learn more about respective field of research by following the links below. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us, using e-mail or telephone (column on the right). Further contact information can be found here.

 

Contact information

Phone: +46-8-16 43 53 (Reception)
Fax:     +46-8-15 71 85

Visiting Address
Arrhenius Laboratory, 6th Floor
Svante Arrhenius Väg 16C
Frescati Campus

Questions Regarding Research
Johan Nilsson

Director of Doctoral Studies
Abdel Hannachi
+46-(0)8-164351

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