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  Information - AS3.11 Process studies of trace gases and aerosols in simulation chambers

Event Information
Observations of traces gases and aerosols in the troposphere are often difficult since field experiments can be disturbed by nearby sources, transport phenomena and unreliable weather conditions. In order to overcome these difficulties simulation chambers studies have shown to be helpful. In the last years, many experiments were performed in established and new simulation chambers. Since 2004 the EUROCHAMP project within the EU 6th Framework Program supports the collaboration between the different chambers and researchers as an Integrated Infrastructure Initiative.

In this session, we like to provide a platform for presentations on atmosphere simulation chamber activities. We invite contributions covering the following fields:
- instrumentation: including chamber design, chamber characterization, and instrument inter-comparisons
- experimental studies: including gas phase chemistry, physics and chemistry of aerosols, and gas phase aerosol interaction
- modelling: including modelling of chamber specific parameters, interpretation of chamber experiments, and the comparison with field studies

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers


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