Last update: January 23rd, 2020 at 8:00 am
Inside the P-3B. Cameron McNaughton of the University of Hawaii, Honolulu, operates one of the Hawaii Group for Environmental Aerosol Research (HiGEAR) group’s instruments designed to measure natural and human-caused atmospheric aerosols. Credit: NASA
Also Brechtel has accumulated decades of field sampling experience on aircraft, ships, mountain tops, skyscrapers, coastal sites, unmanned drones . Therefore even the rainforest canopy. So they understand how difficult scientific measurements of airborne pollutants and aerosols can be to make. A wide range of products is made for the counting, sizing and chemical composition of particulates and aerosols. Although the group for Environmental Aerosol Research group.