Loreto Donoso

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Using the proton transfer reaction mass spectrom-etry (PTR-MS) technique, acetonitrile was measured during the wet season in a Venezuelan woodland savanna. The site was located downwind of the Caribbean Sea and no biomass burning events were observed in the region. High boundary layer concentrations of 211±36 pmol/mol (median , ±standard deviation) were(More)
Using the proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry (PTR-MS) technique, acetoni-trile was measured during the wet season in a Venezuelan woodland savanna. The site was located downwind of the Caribbean Sea and no biomass burning events were observed in the region. High boundary layer concentrations of 211 ± 36 pmol/mol (me-5 dian, ± standard deviation)(More)
The largest share of Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) anthropogenic greenhouse gases is derived from land use changes as well as forestry and agriculture, representing up to 67 % of the relative contribution from all sources. However, in spite of the rapid expansion of LAC tropical agriculture, little is known about its impact on atmospheric trace gases(More)
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