Using data from the FIREX-AQ field campaign, a new AC4-funded research study develops a comparison between aerosol concentration and the way aerosol particles scatter light in the atmosphere, offering new insights into wildfire smoke evolution.
A new AC4-funded publication utilizes FIREX-AQ observations to evaluate common modeling representations of wildfire smoke plumes and finds they can be improved by expanding the use of observations for heat flux and boundary layer height.
AC4-supported research uses controlled chamber experiments to study the atmospheric formation of secondary organic aerosols.
Recent successful NOAA AGES workshop, sponsored by AC4 and ERB, focused on coordinating field measurements of urban and marine atmospheric composition across numerous field campaigns for summer 2023.
Shiv Das receives UCAR Special Recognition Award for his extraordinary work during his first year in CPO.
Americans’ health, security and economic wellbeing are tied to climate and weather. Every day, we see communities grappling with environmental challenges due to unusual or extreme events related to climate and weather.
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