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Process of Implementing Sensors into an Unmanned Aerial System
The goal of this project was to integrate multiple sensors onto an unmanned aerial system (UAS) to profile meteorology and composition of the atmosphere. These sensors include a POM, a five-hole probe, and an iMet. These ...
Unmanned Aerial System Utilized to Characterize Low Altitude Ozone Measurements in a Northern Wisconsin Forest
The CHEESEHEAD19 campaign studied measurements of ozone depositions that were taken at a very tall tower at two different heights (30 meters and 120 meters) and compared to measurements from an unmanned aerial system, UAS, ...
Modeling Air Pollution Episodes at a Shoreline Lake Michigan Site
There are many atmospheric reactions that attribute to the levels of ozone in the troposphere. To better quantify ozone levels during a high ozone episode at a site, Chiwaukee Prairie, where our group sampled ozone via an ...
Observations of a Shallow Inversion Layer in a Shoreline Lake Michigan Environment Using Meteorological Measurements on an Unmanned Aerial System
The lower atmosphere is typically well-mixed during the daytime because the earth's atmosphere is heated by solar heating warming up the ground or ocean surfaces. Inversions in the atmosphere in the daytime, where warmer ...
Understanding the Lake Breeze Front in Eastern WI Through Remote Sensing and Aircraft Measurements
The lake breeze is a meteorological phenomenon which factors into the air quality near the shorelines of Lake Michigan with significant impacts in studies of meteorology, chemistry, atmospheric physics, and more. Using ...
Understanding Topography and Near-shore Gradients in Ozone at the Lake Michigan Shoreline
Surface ozone is generated by photochemical production in a stable atmosphere which can be affected by a multitude of factors. We are looking at the correlation between topography, lake breeze extent and ozone gradients ...