NEWS & EVENTS
NEWS & EVENTS
In 2015 Aethalometers AE33 were installed for Wadia institute of Himalayan Glaciarology in Dehradoon, India. Two sites - Bhojwasa (3,800 mts MSL) and Chirbasa (3600 mts MSL) near Gangotri are run by Dr. P.S. Negi. Dokriani site (3900 mts MSL) in Bhagirathi basin is...read more
Are you an Aethalometer legacy model user? This is the message for you! Aerosol d.o.o. is offering a trade-in discount of 10 % of global list price towards the purchase of a new instrument - Aethalometer® AE33, when an older model (Aethalometer AE22, AE31 or AE42) is...read more
If we would need to sum up the main reasons why Black Carbon needs to be measured, these would be 5 most important ones. Black Carbon is a primary aerosol component of Diesel Particulate Matter, a known toxin and regulated pollutant by several regulatory agencies,...read more
Scientific paper published in Environmental Science & Technology journal presents a novel methodology for experimental quantification of heating rate induced by light absorbing aerosols (LAA) (Black Crabon - BC and Brown Carbon - BrC) into an atmospheric layer....read more
In the 2017 winter-spring period we performed static and mobile measurements of Black Carbon using our Aethalometers at different sites and cycling routes in Celje, Slovenia. The results show that street intersections along the cycling routes influence the cyclists'...read more
Haifa is becoming the first city in Israel to establish a low-emissions zone - an important part of the national plan to reduce air pollution from all sources, including vehicles.Exposure to air pollution in Israel causes 2,220 premature deaths every year, half of...read more
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Please join our presentation on the conference – M. Rigler: “A New Method and Instrument for the Measurement of Carbonaceous Aerosols”
Please join our presentation on the conference – M. Rigler: “A New Method and Instrument for the Speciation of Carbonaceous Aerosols”.
Please join our presentations on the conference – M: Rigler: “A New Method and Instrument for the Measurement of Carbonaceous Aerosols” and M. Rigler: “Offline Validation of the New ‘Total Carbon Analyzer”.
SAFICA field campaign (SArajevo canton FIeld CAmpaign) ended in March 2017 and prof. Katja Džepina (the organizer, coordinator, operator of the campaign) with the local Federal Hydrometeorological institute of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Magee Scientific Co. / Aerosol d.o.o. organized an event where preliminary results of PM and Black Carbon measurements were presented.
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