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Monitoring atmospheric composition and deposition in Norway

Aas, Wenche; Bohlin-Nizzetto, Pernilla; Hak, Claudia; Pfaffhuber, Katrine Aspmo; Uggerud, Hilde Thelle

Publication details

Series: NILU rapport 7/2022

Publisher: NILU

Year: 2022

ISBN: 978-82-425-3076-9

Arkiv: hdl.handle.net/11250/2987017

The Norwegian monitoring programme is set up to meet national and international obligations and needs for measurement data with a long-term commitment. The data are important for compliance monitoring as well as input for effect studies. The monitoring of atmospheric composition and deposition are organised under national programmes mainly funded by the Norwegian Environment Agency in addition to some direct support from the Ministry of Climate and Environment. NILU – Norwegian Institute for Air Research is responsible for the daily operation and reporting of the results from this monitoring. The monitoring aim to fulfil several inter-connected purposes and is divided in four main programmes: transboundary fluxes, contaminants, climate change and the ozone layer. In addition, regularly moss surveys are conducted to assess atmospheric deposition of pollutants such as heavy metals.