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The Pacific Greenhouse Gases Measurement Project

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The Pacific Greenhouse Gases Measurement (PGGM) Project is a Taiwan research project under the lead of National Central University and with the support of Taiwan Environmental Protection Administration, Taiwan National Science Council, China Airlines, EVA Air, and Evergreen Marine Group to conduct long-term measurements of greenhouse gases over the Pacific regions. The PGGM project will collaborate with the European IAGOS -ERI project to provide long-term measurement of greenhouse gases over the Pacific regions by in-service Airbus aircrafts from China Airlines and EVA Air. Both airlines will fly the IAGOS -ERI instruments during their routine commercial operational services over the Pacific regions. For the measurements over the marine boundary layer, the PGGM project will collaborate with the UK Cambridge University to deploy autonomous and continuous measurements of greenhouse gases on-board in-service container ship during its routine commercial operations. By doing so, we can obtain regular coverage of greenhouse gases measurements over the regions of the remote marine boundary layer which are difficult to obtain with the conventional methods.

This talk is part of the Centre for Atmospheric Science seminars, Chemistry Dept. series.

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