INTERACT partner University of Helsinki, INAR is proud to announce the intensive course Analysis of atmosphere-surface interactions and feedbacks (ATM309) to be held in Hyytiälä, Finland on 8th-19th October, 2018.

The course is based on intensive work in small groups, with MATLAB being the main tool for statistical analysis. This year’s main topic is effect of drought on biogeochemical cycles, and we will use observations at SMEAR stations for hands on work. The responsible teachers are professor Timo Vesala, professor Jaana Bäck and university lecturer Taina Ruuskanen.


Register by 17th September by filling in the online form, accepted students will be contacted by 5th September.


Course call to be found at  

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