Anthropogenic non-methane volatile hydrocarbons at Mt. Cimone (2165 m a.s.l, Italy): Impact of sources and transport on atmospheric composition

@inproceedings{Vullo2016AnthropogenicNV,
  title={Anthropogenic non-methane volatile hydrocarbons at Mt. Cimone (2165 m a.s.l, Italy): Impact of sources and transport on atmospheric composition},
  author={Eleonora Lo Vullo and F. Furlani and Jgor Arduini and Umberto Giostra and Francesco Graziosi and Paolo Cristofanelli and Martin Lloyd Williams and Michela Maione},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract To advance our understanding of the factors that affect pollution in mountainous areas, long-term, high frequency measurements of thirteen Non Methane Volatile Organic Compounds (NMVOCs) have been carried out at the atmospheric observatory on the top of Mt. Cimone (2165 m a.s.l.), whose location is ideal for sampling both aged air masses representing the regional background and polluted air masses coming from nearby sources of anthropogenic pollution. An analysis of the NMVOC time… CONTINUE READING

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