Which key species should we aim to measure indoors and why?
To identify key species to measure indoors and the rationale for doing so.
In order to achieve this objective, the following tasks will be carried out through meetings in year 2, with results presented at the third workshop in month 24:
1. Identify the species to measure in a future indoor air chemistry measurement campaign, based on the information from WGs1-2 and further discussion, e.g. on health impacts.
2. Develop a clear rationale for the selected species (e.g. tracers of specific oxidation chemistry, highly abundant and/or of health concern) and rank in order of importance.
Provide recommendations for WGs4-6.
Milestones and Deliverables:
Month 12: Start-up meeting at Workshop 2
Month 18: Progress meeting.
Month 24: Workshop 3; Recommendations for WGs4-6 (D6).
Month 24: ECI Forum 1: workshop ‘Future indoor air measurements’ (D7)
1. Interaction with WG1
2. Interaction with WG2
3. a) Gas phase
3. b) Innovative material/technologies
3. c) Material aging
3. d) Biological emission
3. e) Gas phase transformations
3. f) Particle formation
3. f’) Particles
3. g) Model uncertainties
3. h) Health impact
4. Interaction with WG4
5. Interaction with WG5