KORUS-AQ Field Campaign: Investigating air quality in Korea

Between May 1 and June 12, 2016, ACOM scientists and their colleagues from NASA, U.S. and South Korean universities, and South Korea’s National Institute of Environmental Research (NIER) will collect observations from airborne labs, ships, satellites, and ground-based instruments. The campaign, which involves more than 580 researchers from 72 institutions, is called KORUS-AQ (Korea U.S.-Air Quality study).

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https://www2.ucar.edu/atmosnews/in-brief/21062/planes-ships-and-satellites-investigating-air-quality-in-korea
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From left: ACOM scientists Sam Hall, Benjamin Gaubert, Pablo Saide, Deedee Montzka, Louisa Emmons, and Andy Weinheimer. (Photo courtesy Sam Hall, ACOM)

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