Ground level monitoring is important for air quality observation, but weather and atmospheric conditions have a significant effect on air pollution concentrations. Accurate local weather observations are critical for both air quality forecasting and accidental hazardous emissions, while wind affects the generation, emission and chemistry of pollutants as well as their movement.
Now you can get a complete picture of air quality conditions in your community.
Understanding air quality requires measurements of different parts of the atmosphere. By combining
ground-based measurements with boundary layer profiling, you get in-depth, accurate information that
empowers better decision-making to mitigate air pollution.
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Join us in this webinar to learn about the importance of different air quality variables, and how to take them into account in monitoring and managing air quality.