Meteorological Technology International is the world’s first and only periodical dedicated to reporting on the latest developments in climate, weather, and hydrometeorological forecasting, measurement, and analysis technologies and service providers.
The September issue reports the advantages of automated pollen monitoring with Rapid-E. In addition to real-time observations, Rapid-E preserves the advantages of traditional sampling. The instrument can collect a wide range of airborne particles on filters, including pollen, spores and particulates. The filters can then be analyzed under a microscope and stored for later analysis. Such samples can be used for quality control to verify real-time analysis or to check calibrations.
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