Advances in airborne monitoring of atmospheric composition and chemistry.

Date: Wednesday 21 March 2018


University of York
North Yorkshire
YO10 5DD
United Kingdom


Airborne platforms, including aircraft and satellite, are a crucial component in monitoring the global composition and chemistry of Earth’s atmosphere. Scientific understanding of climate change, ozone depletion and air quality, amoung other important environmental issues, have all been advaned through aircraft- and satellite-led research in recent decades. This 2018 meeting of the Atmospheric Chemistry Special Interest Group ACSG) brings together speakers working on various cutting edge aspects of airbone composition monitoring, from the use of civllian passenger aircraft, to unmanned drones. We will discuss advances in the field and consider what future challenges lay ahead.

Please bring any posters related to atmospheric chemistry for presentation at lunch and wine reception. **Prize for best early career poster sponsored by Air Monitors**

Please see here for the agenda >>

This meeting will be held in the Department of Chemistry, Room B101/02. 

 Directions to the Chemistry building can be found here>>

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED | PLEASE REGISTER BY MAR 7th 2018 at our online shop: The registration fee is £30 to cover lunch, refreshments and speaker costs.

This meeting is part of the Royal Meteorological Society National Meetings programme, open to all, from expert to enthusiast, for topical discussions on the latest advances in weather and climate.  Non members are welcome to attend this meeting.