AIRMAP has created wonderful opportunities for UNH.
program in atmospheric chemistry, and our AIRMAP scientists are very competitive in securing federal funds to sustain their research programs.
We believe the AIRMAP facility will be an important environmental legacy and continue to contribute to the advancement of science for many years to come.
The AIRMAP balloon can be transported deflated to the accident site in a small portfolio case, Goebelbecker said.
The AIRMAP blimp is similar to certain weather balloons used by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and can be operated safely in winds of 20 to 25 mph, Goebelbecker said.
The results of AIRMAP technology have played major roles in some court cases, Goebelbecker said.