Nicolas Bukowiecki spends much of his time researching Aerosol, Particle, Meteorology, Ultrafine particle and Road dust. His studies in Aerosol integrate themes in fields like Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Chemical engineering and Particle number. His Particle research includes themes of Detection limit, Analytical chemistry and Troposphere.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Planetary boundary layer, Atmospheric models and Cloud condensation nuclei. His Road dust study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Street canyon and Environmental engineering. His Range study deals with Atmospheric sciences intersecting with Pollutant.
Nicolas Bukowiecki mainly investigates Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Particle, Troposphere and Cloud condensation nuclei. His Aerosol research is within the category of Meteorology. Nicolas Bukowiecki combines subjects such as Atmospheric dispersion modeling and Pollutant with his study of Meteorology.
His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Planetary boundary layer, Air mass, Precipitation and Effects of high altitude on humans. His Planetary boundary layer research incorporates elements of Seasonality and Altitude. His Particle research also works with subjects such as
Nicolas Bukowiecki mostly deals with Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Cloud condensation nuclei, Particle number and Environmental chemistry. His research on Aerosol focuses in particular on Single-scattering albedo. His studies deal with areas such as Precipitation, Snow, Air mass, Hard rime and Mediterranean climate as well as Atmospheric sciences.
His Cloud condensation nuclei study combines topics in areas such as Sea ice, Radiative forcing and Extratropical cyclone. As part of the same scientific family, Nicolas Bukowiecki usually focuses on Environmental chemistry, concentrating on Composition and intersecting with Mass spectrometry, Gas chromatography, Total organic carbon and Redox. Atmosphere is the subject of his research, which falls under Meteorology.
His primary areas of investigation include Aerosol, Climate change, Cloud condensation nuclei, Atmospheric sciences and Single-scattering albedo. His Aerosol study combines topics in areas such as Albedo, Atmosphere and Nephelometer. His work in the fields of Climate change, such as Radiative forcing, overlaps with other areas such as Circumnavigation and Space.
Cloud condensation nuclei is a primary field of his research addressed under Meteorology. His study in the fields of Trace gas under the domain of Atmospheric sciences overlaps with other disciplines such as Aethalometer. As part of his Radiative transfer, Absorption and Scattering and Single-scattering albedo studies, Nicolas Bukowiecki is studying Single-scattering albedo.
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Sources and variability of inhalable road dust particles in three European cities
F. Amato;M. Pandolfi;T. Moreno;M. Furger.
Atmospheric Environment (2011)
New particle formation in the free troposphere: A question of chemistry and timing.
Federico Bianchi;Federico Bianchi;Federico Bianchi;Jasmin Tröstl;Heikki Junninen;Carla Frege.
Separation of volatile and non-volatile aerosol fractions by thermodesorption: instrumental development and applications
H Burtscher;U Baltensperger;N Bukowiecki;P Cohn.
Journal of Aerosol Science (2001)
EUCAARI ion spectrometer measurements at 12 European sites – analysis of new particle formation events
H. E. Manninen;T. Nieminen;E. Asmi;S. Gagné.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
A mobile pollutant measurement laboratory—measuring gas phase and aerosol ambient concentrations with high spatial and temporal resolution
N. Bukowiecki;J. Dommen;A.S.H. Prévôt;R. Richter.
Atmospheric Environment (2002)
PM10 emission factors for non-exhaust particles generated by road traffic in an urban street canyon and along a freeway in Switzerland
N. Bukowiecki;N. Bukowiecki;P. Lienemann;M. Hill;M. Furger.
Atmospheric Environment (2010)
Diesel Aerosol Sampling in the Atmosphere
David B Kittelson;Jason Johnson;Winthrop Watts;Qiang Wei.
SAE transactions (2000)
Real-time characterization of ultrafine and accumulation mode particles in ambient combustion aerosols
N Bukowiecki;D.B Kittelson;W.F Watts;H Burtscher.
Journal of Aerosol Science (2002)
Aerosol decadal trends – Part 1: In-situ optical measurements at GAW and IMPROVE stations
M. Collaud Coen;E. Andrews;E. Andrews;A. Asmi;U. Baltensperger.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2013)
Fine and ultrafine particles in the Zürich (Switzerland) area measured with a mobile laboratory: an assessment of the seasonal and regional variation throughout a year
N. Bukowiecki;J. Dommen;A. S. H. Prévôt;E. Weingartner.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2003)
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