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The present paper reviews existing knowledge with regard to Organic Aerosol (OA) of importance for global climate modelling and defines critical gaps needed to reduce the involved uncertainties. All pieces required for the representation of OA in a global climate model are sketched out with special attention to Secondary Organic Aerosol 5 (SOA): The(More)
Particle emissions from residential wood combustion in small communities in Northern Sweden can sometimes increase the ambient particle concentrations to levels comparable to densely trafficked streets in the center of large cities. The reason for this is the combination of increased need for domestic heating during periods of low temperatures, leading to(More)
The organic, inorganic, mineral content and mass concentration of the submicron aerosol were measured in June–July 1997 on Tenerife in the marine boundary layer (MBL) and the free troposphere (FT). Aerosol size distributions were measured simultaneously at the same sites. The submicron aerosol mass concentrations derived from the chemical composition and(More)
Sub-micrometer atmospheric aerosol particles were studied in the Amazon region, 125 km northeast of Manaus, Brazil (−1 • 55.2 S, 59 • 28.1 W). The measurements were performed during the wet-to-dry transition period , 4–28 July 2001 as part of the LBA (Large-Scale Biosphere Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia) CLAIRE-2001 (Cooperative LBA Airborne Regional(More)
We studied the sub-micrometer atmospheric aerosol particles in the Amazon region, 125 km northeast of Manaus (−1 • 55.2 S, 59 • 28.1 W). The measurements were performed during the wet-to-dry transition period, 4–28 July 2001 as part of the LBA (Large-Scale Biosphere Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia) CLAIRE-2001 (Coop-5 erative LBA Airborne Regional(More)
[1] This review provides a comprehensive account of what is known presently about Amazonian aerosol particles and concludes by formulating outlook and priorities for further research. The review is organized to follow the life cycle of Amazonian aerosol particles. It begins with a discussion of the primary and secondary sources relevant to the Amazonian(More)
In urban environments, airborne particles are continuously emitted, followed by atmospheric aging. Also, particles emitted elsewhere, transported by winds, contribute to the urban aerosol. We studied the effective density (mass-mobility relationship) and mixing state with respect to the density of particles in central Copenhagen, in wintertime. The results(More)
In regions where studded tyres and traction material are used during winter, e.g. the Nordic countries, northern part of USA, Canada, and Japan, mechanically generated particles from traffic are the main reason for high particle mass concentrations in busy street and road environments. In many Nordic municipalities the European environmental quality(More)
Time-resolved emissions of particulate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and total organic particulate matter (OA) from a wood log stove and an adjusted pellet stove were investigated with high-resolution time-of-flight aerosol mass spectrometry (AMS). The highest OA emissions were found during the addition of log wood on glowing embers, that is, slow(More)
Nyckelord: Abstract (background, aim, method, result) max 200 words: Since 2005 Sweden has an environmental quality standard for inhalable particles (PM 10), based on an EC directive. In Sweden, road dust is an important local source of norm exceedance, which has highlighted the negative effects of studded tyres, but also initiated research and development(More)