First simultaneous space measurements of atmospheric pollutants in the boundary layer from IASI: a case study in the North China Plain

Abstract : IASI is suitable to monitor high anthropogenic pollution over China. Stable meteorological conditions and large thermal contrast favor detection of boundary layer pollutants. High CO, SO2, NH3 and ammonium sulfate aerosol are measured in January 2013. IASI-B on MetOp-B is now operational.
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Anne Boynard, Cathy Clerbaux, Sarah Safieddine, Matthieu Pommier, Juliette Hadji-Lazaro, et al.. First simultaneous space measurements of atmospheric pollutants in the boundary layer from IASI: a case study in the North China Plain. MACC-II Open Science Conference, Jan 2014, Brussels, Belgium. ⟨hal-01121339⟩

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