Air Quality

Monitoring Our Air

Boundary layer thermodynamics and wind are fundamental to air quality monitoring, prediction, and analysis. Temperature inversions trap pollutants by limiting vertical dispersion, particularly  during stable no-wind conditions, whereas boundary layer winds displace disperse local pollution. Continuous boundary layer temperature and wind information is essential for effective air quality monitoring, prediction, and analysis. Cloud cover, cloud liquid content, and boundary layer humidity are also key parameters for air quality prediction. Our MP-3000 series devices have proven to be more than valuable in these areas.

Air Quality

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