Girolamo Tripoli

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[1] The NASA Langley Research Center and University of Wisconsin Regional Air Quality Modeling System (RAQMS) is used to estimate the tropospheric ozone budget over east Asia during the NASA Global Tropospheric Experiment (GTE) Transport and Chemical Evolution over the Pacific (TRACE-P) mission. The computed ozone budget explicitly accounts for(More)
A new microfabricated physical sensor for elemental gaseous mercury (Hg) determinations has been developed and experimentally tested by the Authors. The sensor is based on the technique of resistivity variation of thin gold film. The gold film surface and the sensor behaviour on different substrates have been investigated. The sensor design has been(More)
Extensive dark smoke clouds associated with burning oil wells in Kuwait have been seen in data from weather satellites since early February 1991. The smoke is dispersed over a wide area. Variable and strong low level winds have held most of the smoke plume below 3 to 5 kilometers within a few hundred kilometers of the source. Thin veils of smoke have been(More)
A new portable mini-analyser for the monitoring of atomic gaseous mercury concentration was designed and developed. The device is characterised by small dimensions, low power consumption, long operative time, autonomous operation, easy end-user interface and capability of wireless data transmission. The detection technique is based on the resistivity(More)
A deep comprehension of environmental problems requires a systematic and multidisciplinary approach involving technical, biomedical and environmental issues, as well as social, economic and political information. The intrinsic heterogeneity of environmental and biomedical data makes difficult to establish an explicit correlation between them, thus(More)
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