13 – 15 September 2022, Utrecht, The Netherlands and Online
EMPIR project Radon metrology for use in climate change observation and radiation protection at the environmental level (19ENV01, traceRadon) is working to develop traceable measurements for low-level atmospheric radon along with a reference-standard radon monitor, with results validated using long-term, field-based inter-comparisons.
The project consortium will run a session entitled, ‘The role of radon gas as a tracer of atmospheric processes, air mass origin and indirect retrieval of greenhouse gas emissions’ - within the Trace Gases theme at the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) Science Conference 2022.
This conference aims to bring together scientists from different areas to gather and highlight their outstanding expertise and ideas.
Session themes include:
- Terrestrial ecosystems
- Marine and aquatic carbon cycling
- Fluxes from local to regional scales
- Policy, research infrastructures and society
- Monitoring, validation and verification
- Trace gases
- Extreme events
- Manufacturer’s session
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This EMPIR project is co-funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and the EMPIR Participating States