Co-operative programme for monitoring and evaluation
of the long-range transmissions of air pollutants in Europe
   

Meteorological Synthesizing Centre - East

 

Meteorological Synthesizing Centre - East (MSC-E) is one of the international research Centres of the Co-operative Programme for Monitoring and Evaluation of Long-Range Transmission of Air Pollutants in Europe (EMEP) operating under the LRTAP Convention of UNECE (CLRTAP). The Centre was established in 1979 and focused its efforts on model assessment of the environment pollution with various toxic substances. For the last two decades it has been responsible for support of the political process within CLRTAP with model estimates of transboundary pollution by heavy metals (HMs) and persistent organic pollutants (POPs).
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Pollution assessment

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MSC-E output 2013

Peer-reviewed papers

Reports



   
Technical
reportt 1/2013
HMs Status
Report 2/2013
POPs Status
Report 3/2013
Brief country
specific information
Brochure on EMEP case studies on HMs
MSC-E
REPORTS


 

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Highlights
Progress in 2014
Overview of MCS-E activity on emissions
Web site in Russian for EECCA countries
Near-real time calculations
Contribution to TF HTAP and Minamata Convention
Cooperation with
WGE - ICP Vegetation
Case study
(the Netherlands and Belarus)

Under preparation
Cooperation with Stockholm Convention
Pilot calculations in long/lat grid
GLEMOS model
(open sourse)

Progress in sound management of hazardous chemicals (including POPs, Hg)
Minamata Convention on Mercury
Joint conference of the Stockholm, Basel, and Rotterdam Conventions

Forthcoming meetings
38th session of the Steering Body to EMEP
15 - 17 September 2014, Geneva, Switzerland