By Young J. Kim, Ulrich Platt
This publication bargains with contemporary advancements and purposes of environmental tracking applied sciences, with emphasis on quickly progressing optical and organic tools. Written by way of world wide specialists, this e-book could be of curiosity to environmental scientists in academia, study institutes, and the govt..
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By extending present trends in instrumental design and development and (2) starting from the opposite direction by analysing the measurement requirements that might arise in future atmospheric chemistry research. Following the first approach evolutionary improvements are likely: 1. What can we expect? Miniaturisation of instrumentation is a foreseeable trend, in particular in the electronics for the instruments, but we will also see applications of micromechanical devices, which are presently being developed.
J. (1998), Global distribution of atmospheric bromine monoxide from GOME on earth-observing satellite ERS 2, Geophys. Res. , 25, 3127–3130. , and Platt U. (2004), Multi axis differential absorption spectroscopy (MAX-DOAS), Atmos. Chem. , 4, 231–254. A. 1–36. , Kühl S. , and Wagner T. , 36 (5), 879–887. , and Wiesen P. (2002), Verification of the contribution of vehicular traffic to the total NMVOC emissions in Germany and the importance of NO3 chemistry in the city air, J. Atmos. , 42, 395–411.
1994), Spectroscopic measurement of the free radicals NO3, BrO, IO, and OH in the troposphere, Res. Chem. , 20, 557–578. Platt U. , Eds. (1997), Arctic tropospheric ozone chemistry, ARCTOC, Contract No. EV5V-CT93-0318 (DTEF), European Commission Air pollution research report No. 64, EUR 17783 EN July 1997, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, ISBN 92-828-2350-4. 20 U. Platt Platt U. and Janssen C. (1996), Observation and role of the free radicals NO3, ClO, BrO and IO in the troposphere, Faraday Discuss, 100, 175–198.
Advanced Environmental Monitoring by Young J. Kim, Ulrich Platt