Boundary Layer Structure in the Inn Valley during High Air Pollution (INNAP)

The research project INNAP aims at providing a comprehensive description of the atmospheric boundary layer structure during wintertime episodes of high air pollution as well as of physical processes responsible for the dispersion of pollutants over the complex topography of the Inn Valley. The methodology consists of the collection and analysis of airborne remote sensing observations during the first part of the project and of numerical modeling during the second part. The research project INNAP is funded by the European Fleet for Airborne Research (EUFAR), the Tiroler Wissenschaftsfonds (TWF) and the University of Innsbruck. EUFAR is an Infrastructure Cooperation Network of the European Commission HPRI programme under FP5/FP6. INNAP is heavily associated with ALPNAP (an INTERREG III B project funded by the European Union) as well as INNOX (an EU- FAR project of the LFUI-Institute of Ion Physics). 

Leitung: Gohm, Alexander

MitarbeiterInnen: Harnisch, Florian; Lehner, Manuela

Finanziert durch: Tiroler Wissenschaftsfonds, European Fleet for Airborne Research (EUFAR) und Universität Innsbruck (Nachwuchsförderung 2006)

Laufzeit: 2005 - 2008

Kooperationspartner: DLR Oberpfaffenhofen; Institut für Ionenphysik und Angewandte Physik (LFUI); Firma MetAir

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