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[Seminar] Dr. Haeyoung Lee

on November 5, 2021

The observations of atmospheric CO2 and 14CO2 at KMA/GAW regional stations, their characteristics, and implications. To understand the carbon cycle at policy-relevant spatial scales, a high density of high-quality CO2 measurement sites is needed.

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[Seminar] Prof. Wonbae Jeon

on November 2, 2021

Modeling studies on chemical production/loss of PM2.5 and O3 during their long-range transport The first study investigates the production/loss of sulfate on the sea surface during its transport from Eastern China to South Korea.

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[Seminar] Dr. Haklim Choi

on October 31, 2021

Measurement of atmospheric halogenated compounds and the implication for regional emissions in East Asia Halogen substances (fluoride, chlorine, bromine, and iodine) are chemical elements that play a fundamental role in the Earth’s atmosphere and are associated with a variety of environmental problems.

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[Seminar] Prof. Masahito Ueyama

on October 22, 2021

Biosphere-atmosphere interaction in boreal ecosystems under changing climate Boreal forests, so called taiga, occupy the circum-polar land between the north dominated by arctic tundra and south dominated by temperate forests.

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