Laboratory Electromagnetic Environment of the Earth EEE Laboratory
FRC Institute of Applied Physics of the RAS
Fluxmeters data
GPS antenna, IAP RAS
Making Helmholtz rings
Fluxmeters, IAP RAS
Fluxmeters, Bezvodnoe

What are we doing?

Our laboratory conducts research into the electromagnetic environment of the Earth and its effect on the biosphere.

We will improve the parametrization of climate systems, thunderstorm activity and other complex geophysical systems. For these purposes, computer modeling is widely used.

At the experimental bases of the IAP RAS, the laboratory carries out a variety of measurements: recording of thunderstorm activity, electrostatic field in the atmosphere, balloon measurements, meteorological stations, etc.

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Leading Scientist

Colin Price Gregory, professor at the School of Earth Sciences, Tel Aviv University. One of the world leaders in the study of lightning and atmospheric electricity, who was the first to assess possible changes in global lightning activity as a result of global warming.

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Staff

The laboratory staff includes 9 research workers, one engineer and 7 laboratory assistants.

The laboratory is headed by N.V. Ilyin, IAP RAS. Lead Scientist - Colin Price, Tel Aviv University.

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Nowcasting

One of our projects is a short-term weather forecast - nowcasting. Science casting as its main goal sets maximum reliability to the detriment of other parameters, as a rule - lead time.

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Publications

Experiments

Research Interests

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