Climate impact by nano- and microparticles in the marine atmosphere
Medarrangør: Miljøteknisk Gruppe, IDA Nord
Nano- and microparticles in the marine atmosphere
By Professor Merete Bilde
The marine atmosphere contains air-born nano- and micro-particles from several sources. These include production of sea-spray particles formed from breaking waves, air entrainment and subsequent bubble bursting as well as transport from land sources and emissions from ships.
This talk provides a general introduction to natural and anthropogenic air-born nano- and micro particles in the marine atmosphere and will address in particular the following three questions: 1) what are the sources of particles in the marine environment?, 2) how can these particles be measured and how can we simulate for bubble bursting processes in the laboratory? 3) What is the climate impact of nano- and micro particles in the marine atmosphere?
This talk can be in English or in Danish. If it has to be in English, please contact Ivan Højlund, 3ARaadgivning@gmail.com
fra Kemi og Bioteknik, IDA Nord
- EY Huset, Aarhus C
- onsdag d. 19. september kl. 16:45
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