Characterising aerosol transport into the Canadian High Arctic using aerosol mass spectrometry and Lagrangian modelling

@inproceedings{Kuhn2010CharacterisingAT,
  title={Characterising aerosol transport into the Canadian High Arctic using aerosol mass spectrometry and Lagrangian modelling},
  author={Thomas Kuhn and R. Damoah and Asan Bacak and James J. Sloan},
  year={2010}
}
We report the analysis of measurements made using an aerosol mass spectrometer (AMS; Aerodyne Research Inc.) that was installed in the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) in summer 2006. PEARL is located in the Canadian high Arctic at 610 m above sea level on Ellesmere Island (80 ◦ N 86 W). PEARL is unique for its remote location in the Arctic and because most of the time it is situated within the free troposphere. It is, therefore, well suited as a receptor site to study… CONTINUE READING
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