His main research concerns Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Particle number, Nucleation and Particle size. His Aerosol research entails a greater understanding of Meteorology. His study in Atmospheric sciences is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atmosphere, Cloud condensation nuclei, Plume, Ozone and Relative humidity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Air pollution, Particulates, Data set and Air quality index in addition to Particle number. His Nucleation research integrates issues from Hydrology, Sink, Nucleation mode, Ammonia and Geometric standard deviation. His work in Particle size covers topics such as Deposition which are related to areas like Ventilation, Natural ventilation and Differential mobility analyzer.
Kaarle Hämeri spends much of his time researching Aerosol, Particle number, Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology and Ultrafine particle. His work deals with themes such as Nucleation, Particle-size distribution, Particle size, Analytical chemistry and Air pollution, which intersect with Aerosol. His research investigates the connection with Particle number and areas like Particulates which intersect with concerns in Asthma.
His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atmosphere, Ozone and Taiga. His work in the fields of Meteorology, such as Wind direction and Natural ventilation, intersects with other areas such as Morning and Growth rate. His Ultrafine particle study combines topics in areas such as Wind speed and Dilution.
His primary areas of investigation include Particle number, Aerosol, Ultrafine particle, Meteorology and Particulates. His Particle number study incorporates themes from Cartography, Urban background, Air quality index and Deposition. His studies in Aerosol integrate themes in fields like Sea breeze, Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Analytical chemistry and Environmental chemistry.
He has researched Ultrafine particle in several fields, including Exposure factor, Air pollution and Engineered nanoparticles. Kaarle Hämeri has included themes like Particle mass and Climate change in his Meteorology study. His Particulates research includes themes of Extrusion and Polymer.
Kaarle Hämeri focuses on Aerosol, Environmental chemistry, Particle number, Meteorology and Ultrafine particle. His research in Aerosol intersects with topics in Particle-size distribution, Particulates, Analytical chemistry, Coagulation and Geometric mean. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Orders of magnitude, Occupational safety and health, Indoor air quality and Environmental exposure.
The concepts of his Particle number study are interwoven with issues in Atmospheric sciences, Wind direction and Deposition. Kaarle Hämeri combines subjects such as Spatial ecology, Particle mass and Physical geography with his study of Meteorology. His Ultrafine particle study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Exposure factor, Engineered nanoparticles and Exposure assessment.
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Marine aerosol formation from biogenic iodine emissions
Colin D. O'Dowd;Colin D. O'Dowd;Jose L. Jimenez;Richard C. Bahreini;Richard C. Flagan.
On the formation, growth and composition of nucleation mode particles
M. Kulmala;M. Dal maso;J. M. Mäkelä;L. Pirjola.
Tellus B (2001)
Hygroscopic properties of submicrometer atmospheric aerosol particles measured with H-TDMA instruments in various environments—a review
Erik Swietlicki;H-C Hansson;K Hameri;Birgitta Svenningsson.
Tellus B (2008)
Physical characterization of aerosol particles during nucleation events
Pasi Aalto;Kaarle Hämeri;E. D. O. Becker;Rodney Weber.
Tellus B (2001)
A simple procedure for correcting loading effects of aethalometer data.
Aki Virkkula;Timo Mäkelä;Risto Hillamo;Tarja Yli-Tuomi.
Journal of The Air & Waste Management Association (2007)
Overview of the international project on biogenic aerosol formation in the boreal forest (BIOFOR)
M. Kulmala;K. Hämeri;K. Hämeri;P. P. Aalto;J. M. Mäkelä.
Tellus B (2001)
The concentrations and composition of and exposure to fine particles (PM2.5) in the Helsinki subway system
Päivi Aarnio;Tarja Yli-Tuomi;Anu Kousa;Timo Mäkelä.
Atmospheric Environment (2005)
Particle size characterization and emission rates during indoor activities in a house
Tareq Hussein;Tareq Hussein;Thodoros Glytsos;Jakub Ondráček;Pavla Dohányosová.
Atmospheric Environment (2006)
Urban aerosol number size distributions
T. Hussein;A. Puustinen;P. P. Aalto;J. M. Mäkelä.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2003)
A dedicated study of new particle formation and fate in the coastal environment (PARFORCE): overview of objectives and achievements
Colin D. O'Dowd;Colin D. O'Dowd;Kaarle Hämeri;Kaarle Hämeri;Jyrki M. Mäkelä;Jyrki M. Mäkelä;Liisa Pirjola.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
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