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Aerosol Aging and Climate Change (Cowin's NOAA, PNNL Scope #47840)


EMSL Project ID
17806

Abstract

Abstract

Using easily field-deployable, time-resolved aerosol collectors (TRAC and TAQ) create sample archives that permit quantitative, single particle-size and elemental-composition analysis of mixed aerosols.

Project Details

Project type
Exploratory Research
Start Date
2006-02-02
End Date
2007-07-03
Status
Closed

Team

Principal Investigator

James Cowin
Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Team Members

Martin Iedema
Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Yong Liu
Institution
University of California, San Diego

Xin Yang
Institution
Fudan University

Alexander Laskin
Institution
Purdue University

Related Publications

Ali HM, MJ Iedema, XY Yu, and JP Cowin. 2014. "Ionic strength dependence of the oxidation of SO2 by H2O2 in sodium chloride particles." Atmospheric Environment 89:731-738. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2014.02.045
Hegg DA, DS Covert, KK Crahan, H Jonsson, and Y Liu. 2006. "Measurements of Aerosol Size-Resolved Hygroscopicity at Sub and Supermicron Sizes." Geophysical Research Letters 33(21):L21808. doi:10.1029/2006GL026747.