Photooxidant and particulate matter pollution from urban to continental scale

Understanding atmospheric pollution requires the quantification of the various processes which govern the evolution of chemical species in the gas and particle phases in the lower atmosphere before taking them into account in 3D models. The objective of LISA in this field is  to provide predictions and spatial descriptions of the various pollutants from the urban to the continental scale. In addition, the impact of pollution on the time evolution of the materials of the built heritage is studied. For these purposes, in situ and satellite observations, numerical modeling, as well as experimental laboratory simulations, are simultaneously set-up.


Adrien Deroubaix, Cyrille Flamant, Laurent Menut, Guillaume Siour, Sylvain Mailler, Solene Turquety, Regis Briant, Dmitry Khvorostyanov, and Suzanne Crumeyrolle

Interactions of atmospheric gases and aerosols with the monsoon dynamics over the Sudano-Guinean region during AMMA
Atmos. Chem. Phys.

Tuesday 16 January 2018
Barmpounis, K., Ranithkumar, A., Schmidt-Ott, A., Michel Attoui, Biskos, G.

Enhancing the detection efficiency of condensation particle counters for sub-2 nm particles
Journal aerosol science

Wednesday 3 January 2018
Wheida Ali, Amira Nasser, Mostafa El Nazer, Agnes Borbon, Gehad A. Abo El Ata, Magdy Abdel Wahab, Stephane Alfaro

Tackling the mortality from long-term exposure to outdoor air pollution in megacities: lessons from the Greater Cairo case study
Environmental Research

Monday 1 January 2018
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