Estimate of nitrogen oxide emissions from shipping by satellite remote sensing

@article{Beirle2004EstimateON,
  title={Estimate of nitrogen oxide emissions from shipping by satellite remote sensing},
  author={S. Beirle and U. Platt and R. Glasow and M. Wenig and T. Wagner},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={31}
}
[1] In recent years, the role of ship emissions has attracted increasing attention. Recent inventories estimate that they contribute significantly to anthropogenic emissions of nitrogen oxides, with a large impact on composition and chemistry of the marine boundary layer. Nevertheless, the number of observational studies is still rather small. Here we present the first detection of ship tracks in NO2 maps derived from satellite data. We have used the congested track connecting Sri Lanka to… Expand
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