His primary scientific interests are in Aerosol, Mineralogy, Environmental chemistry, Analytical chemistry and Ice core. The Aerosol study combines topics in areas such as Particle, Diurnal temperature variation, Atmospheric sciences and Seasonality. Heinz W. Gäggeler interconnects Chemical element, Electronic structure, Copernicium and Chemical property in the investigation of issues within Mineralogy.
His study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Air pollution, Carbon, NOx and Nitrous acid. His research in Analytical chemistry intersects with topics in Ion, Nanotechnology and Chemical composition. His research integrates issues of Glacier, Firn, Physical geography and Stable isotope ratio in his study of Ice core.
Analytical chemistry, Aerosol, Ice core, Atmospheric sciences and Glacier are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Ion, Adsorption, Nuclear reaction and Isotope in his Analytical chemistry study. Heinz W. Gäggeler works mostly in the field of Aerosol, limiting it down to concerns involving Mineralogy and, occasionally, Chemical composition.
His Ice core research incorporates themes from Environmental chemistry, Firn, Mineral dust and Physical geography. His Atmospheric sciences research includes themes of Snow, Meteorology and Sulfate. His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Seasonality and Advection.
Heinz W. Gäggeler focuses on Ice core, Analytical chemistry, Accelerator mass spectrometry, Nuclear physics and Climatology. His work carried out in the field of Ice core brings together such families of science as Atmospheric sciences, Mineral dust, Glacier, Physical geography and China. His research investigates the connection between Mineral dust and topics such as Deposition that intersect with problems in Firn and Snow.
The various areas that Heinz W. Gäggeler examines in his Analytical chemistry study include Ion source, Graphite and Adsorption. He has researched Accelerator mass spectrometry in several fields, including Scientific method, Carbon, Water extraction and Nuclear weapons testing. His work on Proxy as part of general Climatology research is frequently linked to Phanerozoic, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Heinz W. Gäggeler mainly focuses on Ice core, Accelerator mass spectrometry, Atmospheric sciences, Analytical chemistry and Meteorology. His Ice core research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tropics, Quaternary, Holocene and Atmospheric temperature. His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Firn and Aerosol chemical composition, Aerosol.
His research integrates issues of Partition coefficient, Adsorption, Graphite, Carbon and Enthalpy in his study of Analytical chemistry. His Carbon research also works with subjects such as
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Stratosphere‐troposphere exchange: A review, and what we have learned from STACCATO
A. Stohl;P. Bonasoni;P. Cristofanelli;W. Collins.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Heterogeneous production of nitrous acid on soot in polluted air masses
M. Ammann;M. Kalberer;M. Kalberer;D. T. Jost;L. Tobler.
Chemical characterization of element 112
R. Eichler;R. Eichler;N. V. Aksenov;A. V. Belozerov;G. A. Bozhikov.
Pollen and charcoal in lake sediments compared with historically documented forest fires in southern Switzerland since AD 1920
Willy Tinner;Marco Conedera;Brigitta Ammann;Heinz W. Gaggeler.
The Holocene (1998)
Chemical investigation of hassium (element 108)
Ch. E. Düllmann;W. Brüchle;R. Dressler;K. Eberhardt.
Aerosol climatology at the high‐alpine site Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
U. Baltensperger;H. W. Gäggeler;D. T. Jost;M. Lugauer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Synthesis of elements 115 and 113 in the reaction 243 Am + 48 Ca
Yu. Ts. Oganessian;V. K. Utyonkov;S. N. Dmitriev;Yu. V. Lobanov.
Physical Review C (2005)
Elemental carbon (EC) and black carbon (BC) measurements with a thermal method and an aethalometer at the high-alpine research station Jungfraujoch
V.M.H. Lavanchy;V.M.H. Lavanchy;H.W. Gäggeler;H.W. Gäggeler;S. Nyeki;U. Baltensperger.
Atmospheric Environment (1999)
A study of an outstanding Saharan dust event at the high-alpine site Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
M. Schwikowski;P. Seibert;U. Baltensperger;H.W. Gaggeler.
Atmospheric Environment (1995)
Temperature response in the Altai region lags solar forcing
Anja Eichler;Anja Eichler;Susanne Olivier;Susanne Olivier;Keith Henderson;Andreas Laube.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
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