Brown carbon absorption linked to organic mass tracers in biomass burning particles

@inproceedings{Lack2013BrownCA,
  title={Brown carbon absorption linked to organic mass tracers in biomass burning particles},
  author={Daniel A. Lack and R. Bahreni and Justin M. Langridge and Jessica B Gilman and Ann M. Middlebrook},
  year={2013}
}
Traditional gas and particle phase chemical markers used to identify the presence of biomass burning (BB) emissions were measured for a large forest fire near Boulder, Colorado. Correlation of the organic matter mass spectroscopicm/z 60 with measured particle light absorption properties found no link at 532 nm, and a strong correlation at 404 nm. Non-black carbon absorption at 404 nm was well correlated to the ratio of the mass fractions of particulate organic matter (POM) that was m/z 60 (f60… CONTINUE READING

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