Collaboration 

This offers you get internationally involved in the following groups:

TOAR (Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report)

TOAR is a science effort initiated by IGAC, and developed by an international team of experts. TOAR receives financial and logistical support from IGAC, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the World Meteorological Organization. The main goals of this community are:

  1. Produce the first tropospheric ozone assessment report based on the peer-reviewed literature and new analyses.

  2. Generate easily accessible, documented data on ozone exposure and dose metrics at hundreds of measurement sites around the world, freely accessible for research on the global-scale impact of ozone on climate, human health and crop/ecosystem productivity.

 

Papers published so far:

  1. Schultz et al. (2017): Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Database and metrics data of global surface ozone observations, doi: 10. 1525/elementa.244.

  2. Chang et al. (2017): Regional trend analysis of surface ozone observations from monitoring networks in eastern North America, Europe and Esat Asia, doi: 10. 1525/elementa.243.

 

Chairing Person: Owen R. Cooper, CIRES, University of Colorado/NOAA ESRL, USA, email: owen.r.cooper@noaa.gov.

One of the member and co-author of TOAR: Pallavi Saxena, School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, email: pallavienvironment@gmail.com

 

IASTA

Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association (IASTA) is registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 and its registered office is at Pollution Monitoring Section, BARC, Bombay. The main objectives are:

  1. To promote, encourage and develop the growth of Aerosol Science and Technology disciplines and their applications in the country.

  2. To disseminate information concerning the developments in Aerosol Science and Technology and their applications through publications such as bulletins, reports, newsletters and journals.

  3. To organize workshops, symposia, seminars, courses etc., in various parts of the country, to educate the users of aerosols in industry and other areas and to offer a platform for reporting and discussing new developments in Aerosol Science and Technology and associated areas.

  4. To promote international cooperation through affiliation with similar bodies abroad, exchange of information, joint symposia and meetings etc., in the field of Aerosol Science and Technology.

 

Contact Person: Secretary, IASTA, B.K. Sapra (email: secretary@iasta.org.in)

Lifetime Member, IASTA, Pallavi Saxena (email: pallavienvironment@gmail.com)

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