The main focus of the Aerosols and Greenhouse gases (GHGs) Projection and Mitigation Laboratory is to conduct and implement research and decision support tools (1) in emission inventory; (2) in monitoring the atmospheric concentration over Thailand of trace atmospheric compounds, e.g. methane, nitrous oxides, carbon dioxide and carbonaceous aerosols including black carbon and organic carbon, which are recognized to be short live climate forcing agents; (3) in projection of the emissions of these compounds for medium and long term; and (4) defining appropriate mitigation options both for energy and non-energy related sectors.
Nattasut Mantananont, Savitri Garivait, and Suthum Patumsawad (2011). Time series of combustion characteristics and particulate emission during combustion of Thai Lignite in a Fixed Bed. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering 5(8): pp. 971-979. August 2011.
Nattasut Mantananont, Savitri Garivait, and Suthum Patumsawad (2011). Emission factors of particulate matter emitted from co-combustion of Thai lignite and agricutural residues Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering 5(7): pp. 890-899. July 2011.