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New publication by our team

We are excited to share one of the latest works, Impacts of COVID-19 on BlackCarbon in Two representative Regions in China: Insights Based on Online Measurement in Beijing and Tibet: Link to publication The article also appears in SPECIAL COLLECTION: The COVID-19 Pandemic: Linking Health, Society, and Environment: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/toc/10.1002/(ISSN)2576-604X.COVID19

New publication by Aerosol R&D team

R&D team from Aerosol company was part of the recently published study Determination of Aethalometer multiple-scattering enhancement parameters and impact on source apportionment during the winter 2017/18 EMEP/ACTRIS/COLOSSAL campaign in Milan.   Link to the publication

Aerosol team was part of documentary ‘Ugriznimo znanost’ on Slovenian national TV station

We proudly announce that our partner company Aerosol d.o.o. was part of documentary “Ugriznimo znanost – Mrazišča” on the National TV station RTV Slovenia. You can see it through the following link.     About the documentary: Ugriznimo znanost documentary presents domestic and foreign scientific achievements and some other actual topics.   Short summary of the current …

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Aethalometer® AE33 software update (SW ver 1.5.0.0/1.7.0.0)

This update is related to new software (1.5.0.0 / 1.7.0.0) of the Aethalometer AE33. WHAT’S NEW IN 1.5.0.0. / 1.7.0.0 SOFTWARE VERSION? Established connection/compatibility with Gill Weather Sensors: GMX500, GMX300 and GMX200** Minor SW bugs fixation ** If you plan to purchase any of above mentioned Gill sensors from Magee Scientific/Aerosol d.o.o., SW update on …

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Saharan dust intrusion during February 22, 2021

Another Saharan dust intrusion has also been detected by Magee Scientific’s instruments installed in one of the sites near Barcelona. During February 22 dust concentrations near 100 µg/m3 have been measured. For more details regarding the measurement method please visit our website http://aerosol.si/dnaap/. For more information related to the current event please visit Severe weather website.