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Direct evidence for coastal iodine particles from Laminaria macroalgae – linkage to emissions of molecular iodine
Renewal of ultrafine aerosols in the marine boundary layer may lead to repopulation of the marine distribution and ultimately determine the concentration of cloud condensation nuclei (CCN). Thus theExpand
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Depth profiles of volatile iodine and bromine-containing halocarbons in coastal Antarctic waters
Measurements of bromoform (CHBr3), diiodomethane (CH2I2), chloroiodomethane (CH2ICl) and bromoiodomethane (CH2IBr) were made in the water column (5–100 m depth) of the Southern Ocean within 0–40 kmExpand
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Bromoform in tropical Atlantic air from 25°N to 25°S
[1] Atmospheric mixing ratios of bromoform (CHBr3) measured over the eastern Atlantic Ocean were enhanced (4 to 13 pptv) between 8–25°N, 17–21°W, in air masses advected over the NW AfricanExpand
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Abiotic source of reactive organic halogens in the sub-arctic atmosphere?
Recent theoretical studies indicate that reactive organic iodocarbons such as CH2I2 would be extremely effective agents for tropospheric Arctic ozone depletion and that iodine compounds added to aExpand
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Atmospheric bromoform at Mace Head, Ireland: seasonality and evidence for a peatland source
Abstract. In situ atmospheric observations of bromoform (CHBr3) made over a 2.5 year period at Mace Head, Ireland from May 2001- Dec 2003, including during the NAMBLEX (North Atlantic Marine BoundaryExpand
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Automated measurement and calibration of reactive volatile halogenated organic compounds in the atmosphere.
The automated calibration and analysis of very low mixing ratios of the reactive volatile organic halocarbons CH(3)I, CHCl(3), C(2)H(5)I, 2-C(3)H(7)I, CH(2)Br(2), CH(2)ClI, CHBr(2)Cl, 1-C(3)H(7)I,Expand
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The North Atlantic Marine Boundary Layer Experiment (NAMBLEX). Overview of the campaign held at Mace Head, Ireland, in summer 2002
The North Atlantic Marine Boundary Layer Experiment ( NAMBLEX), involving over 50 scientists from 12 institutions, took place at Mace Head, Ireland (53.32 degrees N, 9.90 degrees W), between 23 JulyExpand
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On the use of multicopters for sampling and analysis of volatile organic compounds in the air by adsorption/thermal desorption GC-MS
We describe a new approach for the determination of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at precise locations in the air using active sampling on sorbent tubes outfitted to an inexpensive multicopterExpand
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Air Monitoring: New Advances in Sampling and Detection
As the harmful effects of low-level exposure to hazardous organic air pollutants become more evident, there is constant pressure to improve the detection limits of indoor and ambient air monitoringExpand
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Atmospheric bromoform at Mace Head, Ireland: Evidence for a peatland source
In situ atmospheric observations of bromoform (CHBr3) made over a 2.5 year period at Mace Head, Ireland from May 2001?December 2003, including during the NAMBLEX (North Atlantic Marine Boundary LayerExpand
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