Siberian forest fires 🔥 are producing massive amounts of #BlackCarbon that will accelerate ice melting in the Arctic. These fires are a global issue right now.
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.
#BlackCarbon particles from #wildfires 🔥 are being carried higher into the #atmosphere than previously thought, even reaching the lower stratosphere, which starts at 10,000 metres above the Earth’s surface.
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.
Focus on atmospheric particulate matter.
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