This Aerosol Report is a continuation of the modeling discussed in the previous Carnicom paper ‘AEROSOL REPORT – US’ on May 2, 2001. This model was developed to determine whether atmospheric conditions in the United States are favorable or unfavorable to aerosol operations. Using this predictive model and data collected in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2001, the probability that conditions in the southwestern United States are favorable to aerosol operations is estimated to be 29%.
Video documentation reaffirms the presence of abundant particulate matter in the atmosphere in Santa Fe, New Mexico on January 4, 2001. Six separate sessions of video have been conducted for this purpose, and each shows abundant, and by all appearances ionized, particulate matter. The previous Carnicom paper ‘PARTICULATE PHOTOGRAPHS – January 2001’ is related to these same observations.