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Proceedings of 2009 EUCAARI annual meeting, Stockholm 17.-20-11.2009

Technical Report:

Abstract

European Integrated Project on Aerosol, Cloud, Climate and Air Quality Interactions (EUCAARI) is a project of the 6th Framework programme of the European Commission. The project has been active from beginning of 2007 and it will continue until end of 2010. The objectives of EUCAARI are (I) Reduction of the current uncertainty of the impact of aerosol particles on climate by 50% and quantification of the relationship between anthropogenic aerosol particles and regional air quality, and (II) Quantification of the side effects of European air quality directives on global and regional climate, and provide tools for future quantifications for different stakeholders. The project approach for achieving these goals has been using wide array of methods from molecular simulations to global circulation models, from laboratory experiments of nucleation to world-spanning field experiment campaigns. The overall philosophy of the project has been using all the available tools of the atmospheric sciences and to facilitate successful communication and co-operation between the communities of scientists in these fields. The EUCAARI consortium believes that only by combining the excellence of different European atmospheric sciences, the complex interactions between atmospheric aerosols, clouds, climate and air quality can be investigated. (orig.)
Authors:
Lappalainen, H K; Asmi, A; Nieminen, T; Kulmala, M [1] 
  1. eds.
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2009
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
FAAR-107/2010
Resource Relation:
Conference: EUCAARI annual meeting, Stockholm (Sweden), 11/17/2009--11/20/2009; Other Information: Conference Literature; 26 refs. Report Series in Aerosol Science 107
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; AEROSOLS; CLOUDS; AIR QUALITY; CLIMATES; EUROPEAN UNION; COORDINATED RESEARCH PROGRAMS; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION; LEADING ABSTRACT; MEETINGS
OSTI ID:
1008050
Research Organizations:
Finnish Association for Aerosol Research, Helsinki (Finland)
Country of Origin:
Finland
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISBN 978-952-582-13-7; TRN: FI1103018
Availability:
Available in fulltext at http://www.atm.helsinki.fi/FAAR/reportseries/rs-107.pdf
Submitting Site:
FI
Size:
310 p. pages
Announcement Date:
Mar 14, 2011

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Citation Formats

Lappalainen, H K, Asmi, A, Nieminen, T, and Kulmala, M. Proceedings of 2009 EUCAARI annual meeting, Stockholm 17.-20-11.2009. Finland: N. p., 2009. Web.
Lappalainen, H K, Asmi, A, Nieminen, T, & Kulmala, M. Proceedings of 2009 EUCAARI annual meeting, Stockholm 17.-20-11.2009. Finland.
Lappalainen, H K, Asmi, A, Nieminen, T, and Kulmala, M. 2009. "Proceedings of 2009 EUCAARI annual meeting, Stockholm 17.-20-11.2009." Finland.
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title = {Proceedings of 2009 EUCAARI annual meeting, Stockholm 17.-20-11.2009}
author = {Lappalainen, H K, Asmi, A, Nieminen, T, and Kulmala, M}
abstractNote = {European Integrated Project on Aerosol, Cloud, Climate and Air Quality Interactions (EUCAARI) is a project of the 6th Framework programme of the European Commission. The project has been active from beginning of 2007 and it will continue until end of 2010. The objectives of EUCAARI are (I) Reduction of the current uncertainty of the impact of aerosol particles on climate by 50% and quantification of the relationship between anthropogenic aerosol particles and regional air quality, and (II) Quantification of the side effects of European air quality directives on global and regional climate, and provide tools for future quantifications for different stakeholders. The project approach for achieving these goals has been using wide array of methods from molecular simulations to global circulation models, from laboratory experiments of nucleation to world-spanning field experiment campaigns. The overall philosophy of the project has been using all the available tools of the atmospheric sciences and to facilitate successful communication and co-operation between the communities of scientists in these fields. The EUCAARI consortium believes that only by combining the excellence of different European atmospheric sciences, the complex interactions between atmospheric aerosols, clouds, climate and air quality can be investigated. (orig.)}
place = {Finland}
year = {2009}
month = {Jul}
}