Finnish Meteorological Institute
Dr. Timo Vihma is currently working as a Research Professor, Head of Polar Meteorology and Climatology Group in the Department of Meteorological Research, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Atmospheric Composition Research, P.O.Box 503 FIN-00101 Helsinki , Finland. He is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Timo Vihma is the member of many international affiliations. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. He has authored of many research articles/books related to Arctic and Antarctic meteorology, Sea ice and snow, Arctic – mid-latitude linkages, Boundary-layer meteorology, Atmosphere-ocean interaction and Thermal comfort.
His research interests includes Arctic and Antarctic meteorology, Sea ice and snow, Arctic – mid-latitude linkages, Boundary-layer meteorology, Atmosphere-ocean interaction and Thermal comfort.
Shevnina, E., Kurzeneva, E., Kovalenko, V., and Vihma, T. (2017). Assessment of extreme flood events in changing climate for a long - term planning of socio - economic infrastructure in the Russian Arctic, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci.
Vihma, T (2017) . Weather extremes linked to i nteraction of the Arctic and mid - latitudes , In: Climate Extremes: Mechanisms and Potential Prediction , Wang, S. - Y., et al. (Eds), AGU Monograph, American Geophysical Union , in press.
Suomi, I., Gryning, S. - E., O’Connor, E., and Vihma, T. (2017). Methodology for obtaining wind gusts using Doppler lidar , Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., in press.