K. L. Furneaux

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Atmospheric composition and chemistry above tropical rainforests is currently not well established, particularly for south-east Asia. In order to examine our understanding of chemical processes in this region, the performance of a box model of atmospheric boundary layer chemistry is tested against measurements made at the top of the rainforest canopy near(More)
In April–July 2008, intensive measurements were made of atmospheric composition and chemistry in Sabah, Malaysia, as part of the “Oxidant and particle photochemical processes above a South-East Asian tropical rainforCorrespondence to: C. N. Hewitt (n.hewitt@lancaster.ac.uk) est” (OP3) project. Fluxes and concentrations of trace gases and particles were made(More)
We report measurements of atmospheric composition over a tropical rainforest and over a nearby oil palm plantation in Sabah, Borneo. The primary vegetation in each of the two landscapes emits very different amounts and kinds of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), resulting in distinctive VOC fingerprints in the atmospheric boundary layer for both landscapes.(More)
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