ClearfLo is a large multi-institutional project funded by the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) with more than 80 participants. ClearfLo established integrated measurements of meteorology, gaseous and particulate composition/loading of London’s (UK) urban atmosphere in 2011 and 2012 to understand the processes underlying poor air quality. This session presents results from the measurement campaign.
15:30 Sylvia I Bohnenstengel, Stephen Belcher, Janet Barlow, Sue Grimmond, Christos Halios, Omduth Coceal, University of Reading, Overview on meteorology measurements during ClearfLo
15:45 David Green, KCL London, Overview on particulate matter measurements during ClearfLo
16:00 James Lee, NCAS, University of York, Overview on gas phase measurements during ClearfLo
16:15 Carole Helfter, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, 2 years of measurements of CO2, CH4 and CO at the BT tower
16:30 Thomas Bannan, University of Manchester, ClNO2 measurements during the ClearfLo summer IOP
16:45 Scott Herndon, aerodyne, Case studies of different particle sources