Not many ship plumes carry high emissions of soot particles according to the black graph, which is good news, only a few (see the selected ship enhanced concentration indicated with a cross) (organic aerosol particles denoted with green line).
Still a lot of ships emitting quite high mass concentrations of sulphate particles (red line) despite new sulphur regulation in the Sulphur emission control areas - SECA) recorded on February 3, 2016. But, not all ships emit a lot of sulphate when considering we have many ship plumes with high particle number concentration (purple line) which are not seen as high sulphate concentrations at the same time...
Jorn Winkler visiting our measurement site on February 1, 2016 and looking on the ship plumes on the data screen. To the right, Adam Kristensson, the project manager of the emission measurements.
The flow scheme of our measurement setup drawn on January 27, 2016. Don't mind the acronyms!
Oh how many ship plumes! January 27, 2016.
The inside of the measurement wagon January 27, 2016.
Ship plumes on the morning of January 21, 2016
The measurement wagon
The location of the measurement site and a glimpse of a ship.
Picture from Falsterbo of the surroundings