Researcher John Shilling and collaborators study the aerosol lifecycle at PNNL’s state-of-the-art Aerosol Test Chamber located in the Atmospheric Measurements Laboratory. The glow, generated by ultraviolet lights, simulates the sun. Data derived from experiments using the chamber will be used for model validation and incorporated into climate models developed by PNNL.
Researcher John Shilling and collaborators study the aerosol lifecycle at PNNL’s state-of-the-art Aerosol Test Chamber located in the Atmospheric Measurements Laboratory. The glow, generated by ultraviolet lights, simulates the sun. Data derived from experiments using the chamber will be used for model validation and incorporated into climate models developed by PNNL. Courtesy PNNL
Researcher John Shilling and collaborators study the aerosol lifecycle at PNNL’s state-of-the-art Aerosol Test Chamber located in the Atmospheric Measurements Laboratory. The glow, generated by ultraviolet lights, simulates the sun. Data derived from experiments using the chamber will be used for model validation and incorporated into climate models developed by PNNL. Courtesy PNNL

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