LISA develops and/or uses digital tools to model spectra, reverse satellite observations data, to study chemical processes, quantify dust emissions, or even to perform atmospheric modeling coupling emissions, transport, chemistry and deposition.
|Modeling and simulation of Spectra||Inversion of the IASI data||Explicit generation
of chemical schemes
|Objective : calculate the energy levels, intensities and profiles of molecular lines.||Objective : Reverse infrared spectra fromsatellite IASI to determine concentration profiles or integrated chemical species content.||Objective : describe explicitly the oxidation multiphasic of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the atmosphere|
|Modeling of dust emissions||Chemistry-transport models||OLYMPUS Emisson Model|
|Objective : quantify emissions of desert aerosols by describing their spatial and temporal variability||Objective : Analyze and forecast fields of concentrations of chemical and particulate species||
Objective : Model emissions from anthropogenic sources.