Atmospheric Aerosol Measurements in the North Atlantic Flight Corridor During Project POLINAT-2
Project POLINAT-2 is a European Union sponsored program to investigate the contribution from air traffic exhaust emissions to the composition of the lower stratosphere and upper troposphere at altitudes between 9 and 13 km within the North Atlantic Flight Corridor (NAFC). This paper addresses two of the primary POLINAT-2 objectives: analysis of the extent and nature of particulate related corridor effects and airborne measurement accuracy through condensation nuclei concentration intercomparisons.
D. E. Hagen et al., "Atmospheric Aerosol Measurements in the North Atlantic Flight Corridor During Project POLINAT-2," Journal of Aerosol Science, vol. 30, no. Suppl. 1, pp. S161-S162, Elsevier, Jan 1999.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/S0021-8502(99)80092-5
1999 European Aerosol Conference (1999: Sep. 6-10, Prague, Czech Republic)
Keywords and Phrases
Air pollution control; Aircraft engines; Atmospheric chemistry; Atmospheric composition; Exhaust gases; Exhaust systems (engine); Gas emissions; Particle size analysis; Soot; Statistical methods; Troposphere; Atmospheric aerosol measurements; North Atlantic flight corridor; Particulate concentration
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Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Jan 1999