Welcome

The main activities of the Laser Spectroscopy Group in environmental research concern the development and application of cavity enhanced absorption methods for trace gas detection, and their application in a variety of situations. Applications reach from fundamental photophysical and photochemical questions to field detection of pollutants and trace radicals in the urban and marine environments.




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Contents

LSG Weather Station

Data from the LSG weather station

LIDAR Quicklooks

UCLID: Cork Raman LIDAR Quicklooks page

Main Projects

CARIBIC -(IAGOS)

SFI-TIDA COMB

LIDAR

Hosted Conferences

EARLINET Meeting May 2014

Cavity ring down user meeting 2006

 

Contact us

Laser Spectroscopy Group,

Physics Department,

University College Cork,

Cork,

Ireland.

Email: a.ruth-at-ucc.ie

Phone: +353-(0)21-490-2057

 

Fax:       +353-(0)21-427-6949
 

 

 

   The Laser Spectroscopy Group is (or has been) supported by:

 

Science Foundation Ireland European Union Environmental Protection Agency Irish Research Council Marie Curie Actions FP6 HEA Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG Enterprise Ireland

 

Last updated:

6 December 2016