Chemical and physical processes controlling the distribution of aerosols in the Lower Fraser Valley , Canada , during the Pacific 2001 field campaign

@inproceedings{Boudriesa2004ChemicalAP,
  title={Chemical and physical processes controlling the distribution of aerosols in the Lower Fraser Valley , Canada , during the Pacific 2001 field campaign},
  author={H. Boudriesa and M. R. Canagaratnaa and J. T. Jaynea and M. R. Alfarrab and J. Allanc and K. N. Bowerc and H. Coec and S. C. Pryord and J. L. Jimeneze and J. R. Brookf and S. Lif and D. R. Worsnopa},
  year={2004}
}
  • H. Boudriesa, M. R. Canagaratnaa, +9 authors D. R. Worsnopa
  • Published 2004
High-resolution size-resolved mass concentration of organic and inorganic species present in/on sub-micron particles measured during the PACIFIC 2001 field study in the Lower Fraser Valley (LFV) are presented. The measurements of major particulate species (organics, sulfate, nitrate and ammonium) were made in situ and in real time at three different sites representing urban (Slocan Park), semi-rural (Sumas) and rural (Langley) areas, using two Aerodyne aerosol mass spectrometers (AMSs). The… CONTINUE READING

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