n Clean Air Journal = Tydskrif vir Skoon Lug - Ernst-Güenter Brunke : news




Ernst Brunke's journey with the Cape Point station began modestly in the late 1970's when he transferred from the Geological survey, where he was working at the time as a geologist in the Northern Cape. He was approached by the late Dr Eric Halliday, who is regarded as the founder of air pollution monitoring in SA, to come and work with him on a carbon monoxide measuring program at Cape Point. These measurements started in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute in Germany, and I'm sure Dr Halliday was also very much interested in Ernst's proficiency of the German language and protocols!


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