Characterization and parameterization of atmospheric particle number-, mass-, and chemical-size distributions in central Europe during LACE 98 and MINT: AEROSOL CHARACTERIZATION IN EUROPE

@inproceedings{Neusuess2002CharacterizationAP,
  title={Characterization and parameterization of atmospheric particle number-, mass-, and chemical-size distributions in central Europe during LACE 98 and MINT: AEROSOL CHARACTERIZATION IN EUROPE},
  author={Christian Neusuess and Heike Wex and Wolfram Birmili and Alfred Wiedensohler and Christian Koziar and Bernd Busch and Eckhard Br{\"u}ggemann and Thomas Gnauk and Martin med. Ebert and David S. Covert},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Intensive measurements of chemical and physical properties of the atmospheric aerosol have been performed at two sites in central Europe during the Melpitz-Intensive (MINT) in November 1997 and the Lindenberg Aerosol Characterization Experiment 1998 (LACE 98) in July and August 1998. Number-size distributions, hygroscopic particle growth, size-segregated gravimetric mass, and size-segregated chemical masses of water-soluble ions and organic and elemental carbon of aerosol particles have… CONTINUE READING

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