Dr. Segal-Rozenhaimer has extensive experience with in-situ and remote-sensing measurements, both in a laboratory and field setups. She spent the past eight years with the NASA airborne program, taking measurements in multiple regions over the globe, including south-Korea, the Arctic sea-ice, and Africa. Our group continues to set-up and perform measurements from various platforms and to analyze the acquired data to answer questions regarding the earth radiative budget and its predictive capability.
At Tel-Aviv, we are installing several ground-based instruments on the roof of the Geophysics building.
We will be monitoring aerosols with AERONET (https://aeronet.gsfc.nasa.gov/) and trace gases with PANDORA (https://pandora.gsfc.nasa.gov/) such as ozone, NO2, and more. We will also have in-situ aerosol samplers that will be analyzed for aerosol types and size and for SARS-Cov-2 virus (Covid-19 virus) in ambient aerosols.
Dr. Segal-Rozenhaimer is installing AERONET and PANDORA on the roof of the Sao-Tome Meteorological Institute, Africa
New as of Sep-2020:
The Cimel sunphotometer at Tel-Aviv University is part of the global AERONET (https://aeronet.gsfc.nasa.gov/) network that will measure aerosol optical depth and aerosol optical properties including urban pollution, sea-salt and dust on the roof observatory of the exact sciences Kaplun building.
Check the global AERONET website for our data!
The new AERONET member at Tel-Aviv University, Kaplun building, Geophysics Department
New as of Apr-2021:
The PANDORA instrument was set up on the Kaplun rooftop. Setup and Calibration process went through summer and we are now on the global Pandonia network map (https://www.pandonia-global-network.org/).
Dr. Haochi Che and Dr. Lu Zhang from the Clista group are helping to install the new PANDORA instrument at Tel-Aviv University,
Air quality measurements in South Korea KORUS-AQ campaign: https://espo.nasa.gov/korus-aq/content/KORUS-AQ