Evidence for a significant proportion of Secondary Organic Aerosol from isoprene above a maritime tropical forest

@inproceedings{Robinson2011EvidenceFA,
  title={Evidence for a significant proportion of Secondary Organic Aerosol from isoprene above a maritime tropical forest},
  author={Niall H. Robinson and Jacqueline F. Hamilton and James D Allan and Ben Langford and David E. Oram and Qi Chen and K. Docherty and Delphine K Farmer and Jose L. Jimenez and Martyn W Ward and Charlie Hewitt and Mark H. Barley and Michael E. Jenkin and Andrew Rickard and Scot T Martin and G B McFiggans and Hugh Coe},
  year={2011}
}
Isoprene is the most abundant non-methane biogenic volatile organic compound (BVOC), but the processes governing secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation from isoprene oxidation are only beginning to become understood and selective quantification of the atmospheric particulate burden remains difficult. Organic aerosol above a tropical rainforest located in Danum Valley, Borneo, Malaysia, a high isoprene emission region, was studied during Summer 2008 using Aerosol Mass Spectrometry and offline… CONTINUE READING
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