Ready to go sampling

As winter is slowly coming to an end, I am ready to collect new samples for the last time. Together with the ongoing Alaska campaign (I expect samples to be back at the end of April), I have enough to analyze during summer. With my new sampling and storage, I hope to minimize my analytical error.

The campaign will take me outside Montreal to Mont St. Hilaire and the Laurentides. I would like to sample in forested areas for biogenic compounds and I am also looking for less anthropogenic influence. Most of my equipment is already in Barrow, so I will not do any depth-profiling, but bulk-sampling should be possible.

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Atmospheric chemistry researcher and university teacher. Data analysis/chemometrics specialist (PCA, PCR, Cluster analysis, SOM)

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