About ClearfLo

The ClearfLo (Clean Air for London) Project is a collaborative scientific project involving several academic institutions in the UK, to set up air pollution monitoring sites alongside meteorological measurements to investigate boundary layer pollution across London.

The ambition of ClearfLo is to provide long-term integrated measurements of the meteorology, composition and particulate loading of London’s urban atmosphere, made at street level and at elevated sites, complemented by modelling to improve predictive capability for air quality.

ClearfLo is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) for three years from Jan 2010, and is coordinated by the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS).


Latest News:

September 2014: We have been busy analysing our extensive dataset and quite a few ClearfLo papers have by now been published or submitted. Details can be found here.

New papers published 

High ozone levels in London – BBC news

ClearfLo IOP campaign during Olympics reported on BBC News

Ozone building up in the summer sun.

Planet Earth article on ClearfLo: Bohnenstengel S.I. (2012): Something in the air, Olympic Special, PlanetEarth magazine NERC, June 2012.

Dates for IOPs

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