UK national ammonia emissions and diagnosing sources of urban PM2.5
Satellite-derived ammonia emissions in the UK obtained using two sensors in space, IASI and CrIS, and the GEOS-Chem model, and local and transboundary contributors to PM2.5 in cities in the UK, with a focus on Leicester.
People: Jamie Kelly
Funding: DEFRA, Leicester City Council
External Collaborators: EarthSense, ULB, Rothampsted, ECC, AER, SUSTech
Tools and Data used: GEOS-Chem, CrIS, IASI, UK national monitoring network, UK National Atmospheric Emission Inventory
New Datasets generated: Satellite-derived estimates of ammonia emissions in the UK. [Link to Data].
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