<ul><li>Support by Inter-RPO WG - NESCAUM   </li></ul><ul><li>CAPITA </li></ul><ul><li>June 2004 </li></ul>F ast   A eroso...
 
VIEWS Fine Mass, Sulfate, OC, Dust, 02-07-01 <ul><li>OC </li></ul>OC Mass SO4 Dust
SeaWiFS AOT – ASOS FBext, 02-07-01
 
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2004-06-21 Fast Aerosol Sensing Tools for Natural Event Tracking FASTNET Proposed Historical Event Analyses:June 25 – July 10, 2002

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2004-06-21 Fast Aerosol Sensing Tools for Natural Event Tracking FASTNET Proposed Historical Event Analyses:June 25 – July 10, 2002

  1. 1. <ul><li>Support by Inter-RPO WG - NESCAUM </li></ul><ul><li>CAPITA </li></ul><ul><li>June 2004 </li></ul>F ast A erosol S ensing T ools fo r N atura l E vent T racking FASTNET Proposed Historical Event Analyses: June 25 – July 10, 2002 During the two week period June 25-July 10, several natural and manmade aerosol events occurred: - Manitoba smoke drifted to the Midwest and the Northeast - Colorado smoke covered several states - Sahara dust incursion to the Midwest caused 20 ug/m3 dust - Sulfate episode covered the Ohio River Valley - Quebec smoke caused record PM2.5 concentrations in the Northeast Thus a focused analysis of this two week period would include three smoke events, a dust event and a sulfate event. More importantly, analysis of the period would elucidate the interaction among these events.
  2. 3. VIEWS Fine Mass, Sulfate, OC, Dust, 02-07-01 <ul><li>OC </li></ul>OC Mass SO4 Dust
  3. 4. SeaWiFS AOT – ASOS FBext, 02-07-01

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