Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Michał Gałkowski, dr inż.

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Wydział Fizyki i Informatyki Stosowanej
WFiIS-kzfj, Katedra Zastosowań Fizyki Jądrowej


  • 2018

    [dyscyplina 1] dziedzina nauk ścisłych i przyrodniczych / nauki fizyczne

    [dyscyplina 2] dziedzina nauk ścisłych i przyrodniczych / nauki o Ziemi i środowisku (25%)


[poprzednia klasyfikacja] obszar nauk ścisłych / dziedzina nauk fizycznych / fizyka


Identyfikatory Autora Informacje o Autorze w systemach zewnętrznych

ORCID: 0000-0003-1681-3965 orcid iD

ResearcherID: A-9995-2017

Scopus: 55328780400

PBN: 5e709472878c28a0473bd460

OPI Nauka Polska

System Informacyjny AGH (SkOs)





Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 42, z ogólnej liczby 44 publikacji Autora


1
  • A „front-flush” mode implementation in the GC system with a \(\mu\)=ECD detector in high-quality measurements of atmospheric ${N_{2}O}$ mixing ratios
2
  • Anthropogenic changes of $CO_{2}$, $CH_{4}$, $N_{2}O$, $CFCl_{3}$, $CF_{2}Cl_{2}$, $CCl_{2}FCClF_{2}$, $CHCl_{3}$, $CH_{3}CCl_{3}$, $CCl_{4}$, $SF_{6}$ and $SF_{5}CF_{3}$ mixing ratios in the atmosphere over southern Poland
3
  • Application of natural carbon isotopes for emission source apportionment of carbonaceous particulate matter in urban atmosphere: a case study from Krakow, Southern Poland
4
  • Apportionment of carbon dioxide over central Europe: insights from combined measurements of atmospheric $CO_{2}$ mixing ratios and carbon isotope composition
5
  • Bottom – up methane budget estimation from the sources over Upper Silesian Coal Basin
6
  • Bottom-up characterization of largest anthropogenic methane source in Europe: Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Southern Poland
7
  • Estimating $CH_{4}$, $CO_{2}$ and CO emissions from coal mining and industrial activities in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin using an aircraft-based mass balance approach
8
  • Fractional distribution measurements of particulate matter from the deck of an observation balloon in Cracow
9
  • Hindcasting and forecasting of regional methane from coal mine emissions in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin using the online nested global regional chemistry-climate model MECO(n) (MESSy v2.53)
10
  • Identyfikacja źródeł pochodzenia pyłów PM2.5 w Krakowie na podstawie analizy składu izotopowego węgla
11
  • In situ observations of greenhouse gases over Europe during the CoMet 1.0 campaign aboard the HALO aircraft
12
  • Indoor $PM_{10}$ particulate matter pollution assessment during the smog events
13
  • Inverse modelling of European $CH_{4}$ emissions during 2006–2012 using different inverse models and reassessed atmospheric observations
14
  • Investigation of the temporal variability of concentration and anthropogenic contribution in $CO_{2}$ within the planetary boundary layer in Krakow
15
  • Isotopic characterization of coal mine methane in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland
16
  • Isotopic composition of daily precipitation along the southern foothills of the Himalayas: impact of marine and continental sources of atmospheric moisture
17
  • Isotopic composition of precipitation in Central Europe: comparison of two sites with contrasting characteristics
18
  • Key factors controlling air quality of cities in Southern Poland
19
  • Measurement report: effect of wind shear on $PM_{10}$ concentration vertical structure in the urban boundary layer in a complex terrain
20
  • Measurements of boundary layer vertical profiles of greenhouse gas mixing ratios and particulate matter concentrations using a tethered balloon – case study from Krakow city
21
  • Meteorological factors influencing air quality in Krakow: prelminary results of $PM_{10}$ vertical profiles measurements from tethered baloon vewing platform
22
  • Mobile measurements of particulate matter spatial distribution in Małopolska and Silesia regions
23
  • Monitoring atmosferycznych stężeń wybranych gazów śladowych $(CO_{2}, CH_{4}, N_{2}O, SF_{6}, CO, H_{2})$ na stacji Kasprowy Wierch w Tatrach
24
  • Monitoring of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere: a Polish perspective
25
  • Monocyte exposure to fine particulate matter results in miRNA release: a link between air pollution and potential clinical complication