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On temperate sources of bromoform and other reactive organic bromine gases
Current estimates of annual bromoform production by temperate marine algae underestimate, by at least an order of magnitude, the flux required to sustain atmospheric concentrations. In the light ofExpand
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Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODSs) and other gases of interest to the Montreal Protocol
Changes in the global atmospheric abundance of a substance are determined by the balance between its emissionand removal. Declines observed for ozone-depleting substances (ODSs) controlled under theExpand
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Short‐lived alkyl iodides and bromides at Mace Head, Ireland: Links to biogenic sources and halogen oxide production
Automated in situ gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer (GC/MS) measurements of a range of predominantly biogenic alkyl halides in air, including CHBr3, CHBr2Cl, CH3Br, C2H5Br, CH3I, C2H5I, CH2ICl,Expand
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Halogens and their role in polar boundary-layer ozone depletion
During springtime in the polar regions, unique photochemistry converts inert halide salt ions (e.g. Br − ) into reactive halogen species (e.g. Br atoms and BrO) that deplete ozone in the boundaryExpand
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Extensive halogen-mediated ozone destruction over the tropical Atlantic Ocean
Increasing tropospheric ozone levels over the past 150 years have led to a significant climate perturbation; the prediction of future trends in tropospheric ozone will require a full understanding ofExpand
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Marine organohalogens in the atmosphere over the Atlantic and Southern Oceans
[1] Reactive halogen species (RHS) such as the halogen oxide radicals IO and BrO influence tropospheric oxidation processes in both polar and temperate regions. Oceanic photolabile halocarbons haveExpand
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Iodine in the marine boundary layer.
  • L. Carpenter
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chemical reviews
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Atmospheric iodine levels influenced by sea surface emissions of inorganic iodine
Naturally occurring bromine- and iodine-containing compounds substantially reduce regional, and possibly global, tropospheric ozone levels. Experimental and model results suggest that the reaction ofExpand
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Iodide accumulation provides kelp with an inorganic antioxidant impacting atmospheric chemistry
Brown algae of the Laminariales (kelps) are the strongest accumulators of iodine among living organisms. They represent a major pump in the global biogeochemical cycle of iodine and, in particular,Expand
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Atmospheric chemistry of iodine.
Atmospheric Chemistry of Iodine Alfonso Saiz-Lopez,* John M. C. Plane,* Alex R. Baker, Lucy J. Carpenter, Roland von Glasow, Juan C. G omez Martín, Gordon McFiggans, and Russell W. SaundersExpand
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