Lappalainen et al 2017. “Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Program : An Overview of the First 5 Years in Operation and Future Prospects”. Geography, Environment, Sustainability,Vol.11, No 1, p. 6-19 DOI-10.24057/2071-9388-2018-11-1-6-19. Publication accesible
here. Fig. 1. Overview of the PEEX research domain, which extends over the Eurasian region,from Arctic to Boreal and Temperate zones. The figure lists key processes that drive theresearch focuses and the variety of site types that come under study. As an exampleof feedback process, the COBACC (COntinental Biosphere Atmosphere Cloud Climate;Kulmala et al. 2014) feedback mechanism is superposed on the elements of the landscape,evidencing the width of the scale coverage required for its observation. Fig. 2. Overview of the research articles in the ACP PEEX special issue (31 published, as on 9.11.2017). The figure shows the topic coverage as a network of related terms, with labels shown for terms shared by at least two papers. The term source is the titles or the articles; if missing, the country of data generation was added. Terms are single words except in the case where combined expressions appeared always together. Node size is proportional to the occurrence, node position indicates the degree of relation relative to the rest of the nodes, and colours differentiate clusters of more related terms. Analysis made with Sci2 and Gephi. Fig. 3. Degree of participation and the amount of collaboration in the works included in the PEEX conference proceedings, by country. The amount of contributions hows the total times per year that a certain country appears in the affiliation lists. The number or collaborations refers to the times certain two countries are sharing co-authorship. The lines connecting two countries refer to the between-country collaboration, within-country collaborations (that is, different institutes from the same country in the same work) is represented by the lines that go outwards. Fig. 4. Overview of the infrastructure conceptual framework. The observational platforms are highly distributed covering all compartments of the system so that multitude of variables are measured for the same compartments and multiple of compartments are measured at one same site. The future task is to establish connections and information flows between each platforms and, in the end, provide atmospheric and environmental real time data for different national early warning systems. Fig. 5. Future potential of the research community in different scientific disciplines
could be demonstrated by the published papers between 2012 and present for 8
active PEEX researchers. Data mined form Web-of-Science Classification of “Research
areas” according to Web-of-Science, “Research areas” is an attribute to the journal
where the paper was published. A journal can belong to more than one Research area.