ATMOSPHERIC INTEGRATED RESEARCH ON BURDENS AND OXIDATIVE CAPACITY
Grant number: LE150100048 | Funding period: 2015 - 2016
No single player in the Australian research community can make a large suite of atmospheric composition measurements, while the combined capability of the community is tremendous. Providing a platform to bring this capability together is cost effective and is expected to provide strong scientific return. This defines the requirements for Atmospheric Integrated Research on Burdens and Oxidative capacity (AIR-BOX) to make a valuable contribution to Australian Atmospheric Science research. This project aims to provide a suite of mobile equipment including a chemical ionisation mass spectrometer, an ultraviolet-visible radiation spectrometer, a mini micropulse lidar, an in situ Fourier transform..View full description
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Comparison of formaldehyde tropospheric columns in Australia and New Zealand using MAX-DOAS, FTIR and TROPOMI
Robert G Ryan, Jeremy D Silver, Richard Querel, Dan Smale, Steve Rhodes, Matt Tully, Nicholas Jones, Robyn Schofield
<jats:p>Abstract. South-eastern Australia has been identified by modelling studies as a hotspot of biogenic volatile organic compo..
Daytime HONO, NO2 and aerosol distributions from MAX-DOAS observations in Melbourne
Robert G Ryan, Steve Rhodes, Matthew Tully, Stephen Wilson, Nicholas Jones, Udo Friess, Robyn Schofield
Toxic nitrogen oxides produced by high temperature combustion are prevalent in urban environments, contributing to a significant h..