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Aerosol Regimes and Processes with SAIL Data

This project uses data collected from ground-based instruments and tethered balloon sondes (i.e. tethered weather balloons) in the Colorado East River Watershed Basin to study variability of aerosol processes seasonally. Aerosols are fine solid or liquid particles in a gas and most of the data collected are in situ (in its original place) measurements of different types of aerosols. Our goal is to understand the role of aerosols within mountain hydrology.
Keywords Science with ARM Data
TYPE Project
Principal Investigator (PI)
Allison Aiken
Lead Institution
Other Collaborators
Colorado State University Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory UC-Irvine
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