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Web Portal on Atmospheric Environment ATMOS. E.P.Gordov, A. De Rudder*, K. Fedra**, V.N. Lykosov***, A.Z. Fazliev**** Siberian Center for Environmental Research and Training and Institute of Monitoring of Climatic and Ecological Systems SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia

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web portal on atmospheric environment atmos

Web Portal on Atmospheric Environment ATMOS

E.P.Gordov, A. De Rudder*, K. Fedra**, V.N. Lykosov***,

A.Z. Fazliev****

Siberian Center for Environmental Research and Training and Institute of Monitoring of Climatic and Ecological Systems SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia

*British Atmospheric Data Center, Chilton, UK,

** Environment Software and Services, Humpoldkirchen, Austria,

*** Institute of Numerical Mathematics RAS, Moscow, Russia,

**** Institute of Atmospheric Optics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia,

  • Background
  • Project description
  • Portal description
  • Conclusions


Rising concern on regional consequences of the Global Change together with internal logistics of global climate variation modeling stimulates research activity aimed to development a comprehensive regional models with proper feedbacks. One can consider it as a major scientific challenge of the community nowadays.

Proper organization of relevant regional information to be used in modeling efforts as well as proper linking data, models and environmentally important model outputs is one of concerns for the community as well.

However, there still is a gap between the community needs and currently available opportunities.


The main scientific objectives of the project are:

  • To design a concept and architecture for a scientific thematic WWW site for atmospheric sciences;
  • To prepare and to integrate into such a thematic scientific portal the following information resources:
    • Extensive databases containing results of atmospheric and related measurements performed by researchers from institutes in Siberia;
    • Simulation models and related analytical tools;
    • A multidisciplinary information system which will also include tutorial components oriented to students and the general public;
    • A detailed description and geographic information systems (GIS) of Lake Baikal and West Siberia Lowland;
conception of www scientific site
Conception of WWW Scientific Site

WWW scientific site is information-computational system which is implemented in a form of a module software on the base of Internet technologies:

  • Dialogue system

(navigation and initialisation of applications)

  • Mathematical models

(thematic applications)

  • Databases

(data and metadata structuring, replications, …)

  • Thematic services

(books, terminological dictionary, bibliography

and Internet-links, thematic software archive,

user guide and so on)


(tabular and graphical, GIS, multiplication)


Portal structure

Atmospheric Chemistry




Atmospheric Dynamics

Solar-Terrestrial interrelations

West Siberia Lowland

Lake Baikal

Air quality assessment and management

ICS Monograph

ICS Monograph


ICS Monograph

CS Monograph



IS Monograph


IS - information system,

ICS – information –computational system


Atmospheric Chemistry



Dynamics of the ozone concentration

Phase portrait of the Chapman cycle


Atmospheric spectroscopy


CO2 absorption coefficient in 4,3 mkm domain

Atmospheric Radiation



Atmospheric Dynamicshttp://climate.atmos.iao.ru

GCM INM RAS, Parallel version, grid: 2° (lat.) x 2,5 ° (long.),

to calculate 3 model months 20 nodes cluster needs in 24 hours.


Topical web sites

Atmosphere and Environmental Impact Assessment

  • 1. Air Quality Assessment and Management
  • (http://www.ess.co.at/AIR-EIA)
  • Lake Baikal
  • West Siberia
  • Lowland
basic site atmosphere and environmental impact assessment
Basic site " Atmosphere and Environmental Impact Assessment "


air pollution and environmental impact assessment: the multimedia information source

  • AIR-EIA is designed to provide improved access to state-of-the-art multimedia information resources on Air Pollution aspects of Environmental Impact Assessment.
  • Air Quality Assessment and Management: a multi-media information resource available on the web on atmosphere and environment (http://www.ess.co.at/AIR-EIA) being currently developed by ESS with partners as a project of INFO 2000 Programme (AIR-EIA).
conclusions and possible cooperative activities
Conclusions and possible cooperative activities
  • The portal ATMOS is quite effective example of modern Information Technologies and Environmental Sciences integration.
  • It might work as a backbone for a planned Northern Eurasia IRS!
To understand dynamic of regional natural and climatic system and perform regional environment assessment on the base of environmental monitoring and a set of developed models an information-computational infrastructure is required.

It will facilitate initiation of integrated regional study of contemporary anthropogenic, natural and climatic changes in the region under question

Development of Web portal ATMOS and its localization in different Siberia regions might give an element for informational-computational infrastructure of integrated regional study of Siberia environment.

Partial support of this work under INTAS grant 00189, SB RAS Interdisciplinary Project No 138 and RFBR Project № 04-07-90219 is acknowledged.
  • Thank you!