Establishing Lagrangian connections between observations within air masses crossing the Atlantic during the ICARTT experiment

@inproceedings{Methven2006EstablishingLC,
  title={Establishing Lagrangian connections between observations within air masses crossing the Atlantic during the ICARTT experiment},
  author={John Methven and Steve R Arnold and Andreas Stohl and Michael J. Evans and Melody A. Avery},
  year={2006}
}
The ICARTT-Lagrangian experiment was conceived with an aim to quantify the effects of photochemistry and mixing on the transformation of air masses in the free troposphere away from emissions. To this end attempts were made to intercept and sample air masses several times during their journey across the North Atlantic using four aircraft based in New Hampshire (USA), Faial (Azores) and Creil (France). This article begins by describing forecasts using two Lagrangian models that were used to… CONTINUE READING

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