Pramit Kumar Deb Burman Scientist C email@example.com Centre for Climate Change Research Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune India
NoHaze: an app to track the atmospheric pollution and visibility in the arctic Lead / presenting author: Pramit Kumar Deb Burman, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Pune, India Co-authors: Dung Duong Anh, ; Ellen Ilivitzky, Department of Geology and Geography, University of Turku, Turku, Finland; , Abstract: Our project: Haze is an atmospheric phenomenon that has impacts on visibility and human health. In recent times, the occurrence of haze events has increased in the arctic regions due to the increased amounts of pollutants such as particulate matters and trace gases in the atmosphere. In the present work, we build an application using in situ measurements and satellite observations to track the arctic haze events in real time. This is aimed at informing travelers about the pollution level at their destinations.
I Ak'f ard Earth System Regarch A' TRiS Eurocæan Con•vnissim Virtual training school: Atmospheric observations of aerosols, clouds and reactive trace gases, 2021