Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies

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Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies. / Santl-Temkiv, Tina; Sikoparija, Branko; Maki, Teruya ; Carotenuto, Federico; Amato, Pierre; Yao, Maosheng ; E. Morris, Cindy ; Schnell, Russ ; Jaenicke, Ruprecht ; Pöhlker, Christopher ; DeMott, Paul J. ; Hill , Thomas C. J.; Huffman, J. Alex .

I: Aerosol Science and Technology, Bind 54, Nr. 5, 05.2020, s. 520-546.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisReviewForskningpeer review

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Santl-Temkiv, T, Sikoparija, B, Maki, T, Carotenuto, F, Amato, P, Yao, M, E. Morris, C, Schnell, R, Jaenicke, R, Pöhlker, C, DeMott, PJ, Hill , TCJ & Huffman, JA 2020, 'Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies', Aerosol Science and Technology, bind 54, nr. 5, s. 520-546. https://doi.org/10.1080/02786826.2019.1676395

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Santl-Temkiv, T., Sikoparija, B., Maki, T., Carotenuto, F., Amato, P., Yao, M., E. Morris, C., Schnell, R., Jaenicke, R., Pöhlker, C., DeMott, P. J., Hill , T. C. J., & Huffman, J. A. (2020). Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies. Aerosol Science and Technology, 54(5), 520-546. https://doi.org/10.1080/02786826.2019.1676395

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Santl-Temkiv T, Sikoparija B, Maki T, Carotenuto F, Amato P, Yao M, E. Morris C, Schnell R, Jaenicke R, Pöhlker C, DeMott PJ, Hill TCJ, Huffman JA. 2020. Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies. Aerosol Science and Technology. 54(5):520-546. https://doi.org/10.1080/02786826.2019.1676395

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Santl-Temkiv T, Sikoparija B, Maki T, Carotenuto F, Amato P, Yao M o.a. Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies. Aerosol Science and Technology. 2020 maj;54(5):520-546. https://doi.org/10.1080/02786826.2019.1676395

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Santl-Temkiv, Tina ; Sikoparija, Branko ; Maki, Teruya ; Carotenuto, Federico ; Amato, Pierre ; Yao, Maosheng ; E. Morris, Cindy ; Schnell, Russ ; Jaenicke, Ruprecht ; Pöhlker, Christopher ; DeMott, Paul J. ; Hill , Thomas C. J. ; Huffman, J. Alex . / Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies. I: Aerosol Science and Technology. 2020 ; Bind 54, Nr. 5. s. 520-546.

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title = "Bioaerosol field measurements: Challenges and perspectives in outdoor studies",
abstract = "Outdoor field measurements of bioaerosols are performed within a wide range of basic and applied scientific disciplines, each with its own goals, assumptions, and terminology. This article contains brief reviews of outdoor field bioaerosol research from these diverse interests, with emphasis on perspectives from the atmospheric sciences. The focus is on a high-level discussion of pressing scientific questions, grand challenges, and needs for cross-disciplinary collaboration. The research topics, in which bioaerosol field measurement is important, include (i) atmospheric physics, clouds, climate, and hydrological cycle; (ii) atmospheric chemistry; (iii) airborne allergen-containing particles; (iv) airborne human pathogens and national security; (v) airborne livestock and crop pathogens; and (vi) biogeography and biodiversity. We concisely review bioaerosol impacts and discuss properties that distinguish bioaerosols from abiological aerosols. We give extra focus to regions of specific interest, i.e., forests, polar regions, marine and coastal environments, deserts, urban and rural areas, and summarize key considerations related to bioaerosol measurements, such as of fluxes, of long-range transport, and of sampling from both stationary and vessel-driven platforms. Keeping in mind a series of key scientific questions posed within the diverse communities, we suggest that pressing scientific questions include the following: (i) emission sources and flux estimates; (ii) spatial distribution; (iii) changes in distribution; (iv) atmospheric aging; (v) metabolic activity; (vi) urbanization of allergies; (vii) transport of human pathogens; and (viii) climate-relevant properties.",
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author = "Tina Santl-Temkiv and Branko Sikoparija and Teruya Maki and Federico Carotenuto and Pierre Amato and Maosheng Yao and {E. Morris}, Cindy and Russ Schnell and Ruprecht Jaenicke and Christopher P{\"o}hlker and DeMott, {Paul J.} and Hill, {Thomas C. J.} and Huffman, {J. Alex}",
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AU - Santl-Temkiv, Tina

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AU - Maki, Teruya

AU - Carotenuto, Federico

AU - Amato, Pierre

AU - Yao, Maosheng

AU - E. Morris, Cindy

AU - Schnell, Russ

AU - Jaenicke, Ruprecht

AU - Pöhlker, Christopher

AU - DeMott, Paul J.

AU - Hill , Thomas C. J.

AU - Huffman, J. Alex

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AB - Outdoor field measurements of bioaerosols are performed within a wide range of basic and applied scientific disciplines, each with its own goals, assumptions, and terminology. This article contains brief reviews of outdoor field bioaerosol research from these diverse interests, with emphasis on perspectives from the atmospheric sciences. The focus is on a high-level discussion of pressing scientific questions, grand challenges, and needs for cross-disciplinary collaboration. The research topics, in which bioaerosol field measurement is important, include (i) atmospheric physics, clouds, climate, and hydrological cycle; (ii) atmospheric chemistry; (iii) airborne allergen-containing particles; (iv) airborne human pathogens and national security; (v) airborne livestock and crop pathogens; and (vi) biogeography and biodiversity. We concisely review bioaerosol impacts and discuss properties that distinguish bioaerosols from abiological aerosols. We give extra focus to regions of specific interest, i.e., forests, polar regions, marine and coastal environments, deserts, urban and rural areas, and summarize key considerations related to bioaerosol measurements, such as of fluxes, of long-range transport, and of sampling from both stationary and vessel-driven platforms. Keeping in mind a series of key scientific questions posed within the diverse communities, we suggest that pressing scientific questions include the following: (i) emission sources and flux estimates; (ii) spatial distribution; (iii) changes in distribution; (iv) atmospheric aging; (v) metabolic activity; (vi) urbanization of allergies; (vii) transport of human pathogens; and (viii) climate-relevant properties.

KW - Tiina Teponen

KW - HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION

KW - UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM

KW - CLOUD CONDENSATION NUCLEI

KW - ICE-NUCLEATION ACTIVITY

KW - AMAZON RAIN-FOREST

KW - BIOLOGICAL AEROSOL-PARTICLES

KW - AIRBORNE BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES

KW - SEA-SURFACE MICROLAYER

KW - MARINE BOUNDARY-LAYER

KW - LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT

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DO - 10.1080/02786826.2019.1676395

M3 - Review

VL - 54

SP - 520

EP - 546

JO - Aerosol Science and Technology

JF - Aerosol Science and Technology

SN - 0278-6826

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