Fine aerosol bulk composition measured on WP-3D research aircraft in vicinity of the Northeastern United States – results from NEAQS

@inproceedings{Peltier2007FineAB,
  title={Fine aerosol bulk composition measured on WP-3D research aircraft in vicinity of the Northeastern United States – results from NEAQS},
  author={Richard E. Peltier and Amy Patricia Sullivan and Rodney J. Weber and Charles A. Brock and Adam G. Wollny and John S. Holloway and Joost A. de Gouw and Carsten Warneke},
  year={2007}
}
During the New England Air Quality Study (NEAQS) in the summer of 2004, airborne measurements were made of the major inorganic ions and the water-soluble organic carbon (WSOC) of the submicron (PM 1.0) aerosol. These and ancillary data are used to describe the overall aerosol chemical characteristics encountered during the study. Fine particle mass was estimated from particle volume and a calculated density based on measured particle composition. Fine particle organic matter (OM) was estimated… CONTINUE READING

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