Blue Sky Science
PTR-TOF-MS takes a trip on NASA Flying Lab to analyse South Korea’s atmosphere
Joanna Cummings |
South Korea is a heavily industrialized and densely populated country – and the combination of local pollutant emissions and transported pollution from China means the country suffers from increasingly poor air quality. The Koreans are making efforts to clean up the air – yet to be successful, scientists first need to understand exactly how different sources, transport and transformation of air pollution contribute to the problem.
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