Radovan KrejciDeputy Head of Unit
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There will be no clouds and no rain. With every breath man inhale millions of them. Some of them harming our health, but others can deliver cure to lungs of those ill with asthma. Tiny small particles in the air called aerosol. Too small to be seen with naked eye, but significantly influencing our daily life from nanoworld up to planetary scale.
One of the major advancements that can be achieved in aerosol science today is to better understand processes controlling aerosols and clouds life cycle in the Earth atmosphere. Predictions of future climate will never be better and more precise than data used for these predictions
Latest scientific papers
From a polar to a marine environment: has the changing Arctic led to a shift in aerosol light scattering properties?
Atmospheric new particle formation characteristics in the Arctic as measured at Mount Zeppelin, Svalbard, from 2016 to 2018
A global analysis of climate-relevant aerosol properties retrieved from the network of Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) near-surface observatories
Physical and chemical properties of aerosol particles and cloud residuals on Mt. Åreskutan in Central Sweden during summer 2014