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Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollution

Project: Non-funded ProjectResearch

1/01/04 → …

  • T. J. Keating (Principal Investigator)
  • A. Zuber (Principal Investigator)
  • Frank J. Dentener (Principal Investigator)
  • Dr Oliver Wild (Co-investigator)
  • Arlene M. Fiore (Co-investigator)
  • Martin Schultz (Co-investigator)
  • Drew T. Shindell (Co-investigator)
  • W. J. Collins (Co-investigator)
  • Peter Hess (Co-investigator)
  • Bryan N. Duncan (Co-investigator)
  • Sophie Szopa (Co-investigator)
  • Jan Eiof Jonson (Co-investigator)
  • G R Carmichael (Co-investigator)

The Task Force on Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollution was established by the Executive Body of the UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution to develop a fuller understanding of intercontinental transport of air pollution in the Northern Hemisphere. The Task Force serves as a forum for international scientific communication and collaboration and as a bridge between the international research community and the international policy community.

Project websitehttp://www.htap.org/

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