This time we will present a comparison of different soot generators, which are potential candidates to be a used as a standard reference material for #BlackCarbon light absorption measurements.
Did you already see the insanely beautiful Map of the #SolarSystem by Eleanor Lutz? 🌌
She published the #python code and a tutorial on how she made it. ❤️
Open call for two PhD fellowships at University of Puerto Rico
The #PhD positions are available in the Atmospheric Chemistry and Aerosols Research (ACAR) group.
The project's details can be found below:
- Aerosol and Cloud Analysis System (ACAS)
- “Improving Health through Early Warning of Air Quality Events”
First day of carbonaceous #ParticulateMatter conference today in Vienna. It started with an ice-breaker evening, which was actually pretty nice. We had a nice view to the city (see pic). It is a rather small conference (~120 people). Lots of known faces and famous people around. 🙂
Do you know 2019 is the international year of the periodic table? ⚗️
Look at this nice representation by C. R. Nodder (1920)
Here you can find many other ones: https://www.meta-synthesis.com/webbook/35_pt/JCE_PTs_1934.pdf
Some members of LAECESS are attending SAMLAC 2018 in Puerto Rico. I have prepared a poster for introducing LAECESS to the community. Here you can have a look.
If you want to know more about LAECESS:
If you want to contribute with a coffee:
Asking for contribution
Would like to invite you to contribute to the @niboe project by becoming a patron:
nibö is a digital magazine for science communication that promotes equality and knowledge coproduction. It is a space where knowledge is translated by its producers to foster interlegibility. nibö especially promotes contents that contribute with solutions to the current environmental and sociopolitical crisis.
New #scicomm blog
#Scicomm is really important. Especially, in the current fake-news dominated reality. However, most of scicomm is done in a unidirectional way. I think the web can help to make scicomm better and reciprocal. That's why I have started a new project, which I have called nibö.
nibö will start as a Spanish-written blog and later a video-blog that will try to make this sci conversation possible in the Spanish-speaking world.
If you want to contribute in any way, let me know.
Our recent study on #BlackCarbon light absorption over central Amazonia was published today on ACP
The significant increase of black and brown carbon during El Niño 2015/6 shows how the atmosphere can be affected if warmer and drier conditions are more prevalent in the future.
Deforestation has increased after peace agreement in #Colombia
The High Cost of Hot
"As temperatures continue to climb, so will the cost of associated electricity bills and the demand for air conditioning our homes and places of business increases".
Focus on atmospheric aerosol particles.
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