Atmospheric Composition & Chemical Processes

The Atmospheric Composition & Chemical Processes (ACCP) research program targets atmospheric constituents and chemical processes affecting air quality, the ozone layer, and climate. Researchers conceive, construct, develop, and deploy instruments to measure atmospheric trace gases and aerosols, and interpret observations to better understand atmospheric processes. ACCP conducts much of its research via airborne campaigns including research aircraft, weather balloons, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS), but includes ground and ship-based measurements within its portfolio.

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Research Highlight: A small company thrives on commercialization of miniaturized particle spectrometer developed at CSL: POPS is a low-cost, high-sensitivity alternative to traditional aerosol measurement technologies. Learn More Photo: Derek Parks, NOAA