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Press Release 09-237
Aerosols in the Atmosphere: From Mexico to Japan, Finland to Switzerland, the Same Everywhere

Holistic approach to aerosol research boosts prediction power for climate and air quality models

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Photo of smog chamber and the words Audio Slideshow.

Watch sky-sampling in action in this audio slideshow.

Credit: Photo: Michael Cubis
Slideshow: Lisa Raffensperger, National Science Foundation

 

Photo of scientist fine-tuning instrumentation before an experiment in smog chamber in Switzerland.

Scientists fine-tune instrumentation before an experiment in a smog chamber in Switzerland.

Credit: Urs Baltensperger


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Photo of an NSF/NCAR C-130 research aircraft taking off for a flight to sample aerosols.

An NSF/NCAR C-130 research aircraft takes off for a flight to sample aerosols.

Credit: Edward Dunlea


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Haze near Mexico City photographed from the NSF/NCAR C-130 aircraft in spring, 2006.

Haze near Mexico City photographed from the NSF/NCAR C-130 aircraft in spring, 2006.

Credit: Peter DeCarlo


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Photo of the inside an NSF/NCAR C-130 aircraft during a research flight above Mexico City.

A view from inside an NSF/NCAR C-130 aircraft during a research flight above Mexico City.

Credit: Jose-Luis Jimenez


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Photo of the Storm Peak Laboratory at the top of a peak near Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

The Storm Peak Laboratory at the top of a peak near Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Credit: Edward Dunlea


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Photo of aerosol-tracking instruments being loaded onto a snow cat at the Storm Peak Lab.

Aerosol-tracking instruments are loaded onto a snow cat at the Storm Peak Lab.

Credit: Edward Dunlea


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Photo of scientist Edward Dunlea calibrating an aerosol mass spectrometer at the Storm Peak Lab.

Scientist Edward Dunlea calibrates an aerosol mass spectrometer at the Storm Peak Lab.

Credit: Jose-Luis Jimenez


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December 11, 2009 cover of the journal Science.

The researchers' finding appear in the December 11, 2009 issue of the journal Science.

Credit: Copyright AAAS 2009


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