Factors that influence surface PM 2 . 5 values inferred from satellite observations : perspective gained for the US Baltimore – Washington metropolitan area during DISCOVER-AQ

@inproceedings{Crumeyrolle2014FactorsTI,
  title={Factors that influence surface PM 2 . 5 values inferred from satellite observations : perspective gained for the US Baltimore – Washington metropolitan area during DISCOVER-AQ},
  author={Suzanne Crumeyrolle and Gao Chen and Luke D. Ziemba and Andreas J. Beyersdorf and Lisa Thornhill and Edward L. Winstead and Richard H Moore and Michael A. Shook and Charles H Hudgins and Bruce E. Anderson},
  year={2014}
}
During the NASA DISCOVER-AQ campaign over the US Baltimore, MD–Washington, D.C., metropolitan area in July 2011, the NASA P-3B aircraft performed extensive profiling of aerosol optical, chemical, and microphysical properties. These in situ profiles were coincident with ground-based remote sensing (AERONET) and in situ (PM2.5) measurements. Here, we use this data set to study the correlation between the PM 2.5 observations at the surface and the column integrated measurements. Aerosol optical… CONTINUE READING

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