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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Atmospheric Pollutants & Climate Change Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Carbon dioxide (CO2) and Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) are some of the biggest pollutants from industrial and anthropogenic activities Pollutants & Sources Pollutants & Sources Current Research Current Research The ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH GROUP aim is to use ground based &satellite based datato investigate pollutants & the atmospheric process that occur alongside them. National Collaborators International Collaborators *CSIR*SANSA*SAWS*University of KWAZULU-NATAL*University OF PRETORIA*University OF NORTH-WEST *CDTA*LATMOS*Laboratoire d'Aerologie*LISA*University of reunion*Le Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement * Atmospheric pollution measurements*Different remote sensing techniques*Aerosols &clouds*Stratospheric warming & planetery waves*Atmospheric gravity waves,planetary waves & equatorial waves*Middle atmospheric structure & wave dynamics*Characterics of the tropopause & its relation to the ozone concentration Mining activities in South Africa also results severe acid rain in the North-West Majority of SO2 &CO2production comes fromcoal fired power plants due to South Africa'sdependence on coal forelectricity.FurthermoreNOx and CO2 is producedfrom heavy traffic Sulphur dixoide (SO2)&Carbon dixoide (CO2) and Nitrogen oioxide (NO2) are some of the majorpollutants from industrial &anthropogenic activities Atmospheric pollutants are significantly contributing to climate change Atmospheric pollutants are significantly contributing to climate change There has been an increasing temperature trend overthe past decades CLIMATE CHANGE is a shift in global & regional weather patterns overa long period of time S O O O O C Atmospheric pollution are particulate matter released into the atmosphere that has the potential to harm the environment,humans and living organisms.
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