SNOOP Newsletters and articles

The project publishes a newsletter every fourth month. The newsletter is sent via email for SNOOP interest groups. Stories about the progress of the project are also been published in the Baltic Cities Environmental Bulletin published by the Union of the Baltic Cities Commission on Environment. The published newsletters are available on SNOOP website as well as the articles published in the BC Environmental Bulletin. Please find them below.

SNOOP Newsletters
To subscribe the SNOOP Newsletter, please send an email to anu.keltaniemi(at)turku.fi.

Newsletter April 2010
Newsletter August 2010
Newsletter December 2010
Newsletter April 2011
Newsletter August 2011
Newsletter December 2011
Newsletter August 2012


SNOOP articles in Baltic Cities Environmental Bulletin
SNOOP sniffers emissions of marine traffic (BC Environmental Bulletin 1/10)
SNOOP produces important information for the decisionmakers about Baltic Sea shipping and its emissions (BC Environmental Bulletin 2/2010)
Dispersion model created in SNOOP (BC Environmental Bulletin 1/2011)
New models to forecast air emissions from shipping through SNOOP (BC Environmental Bulletin 2/2011)
Simulations of the ship NOx deposition (BC Environmental Bulletin 1/2012)

Other articles
Extension of an assessment model of ship traffic exhaust emissions for particulate matter and carbon monoxide (Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions)
Extension of an assessment model of ship traffic exhaust emissions for particulate matter and carbon monoxide (A scientific publication in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 12, 2641-2659, 2012)
Mobile measurements of ship emissions in two harbour areas in Finland (Abstracts of the European Aerosol Conference 2011, Manchester, 9-13 September, p. 973.)
A Comprehensive Inventory of the Ship Traffic Exhaust Emissions
The evolution of shipping emissions and the costs of recent and forthcoming emission regulations in the northern European emission control areain the Baltic Sea from 2006 to 2009
Chemically speciated particulate matter emissions from ships