Hydroxyl radicals in the tropical troposphere over the Suriname rainforest : airborne measurements

@inproceedings{Martinez2008HydroxylRI,
  title={Hydroxyl radicals in the tropical troposphere over the Suriname rainforest : airborne measurements},
  author={Maria Theresia Mota Martinez and H Harder and D. Kubistin and Marko Rudolf and H. Bozem and G. Eerdekens and Hubertus Fischer and T. Kl {\"u}pfel and Ch. Gurk and R. K{\"o}nigstedt and Uwe Parchatka and Corinne L. Schiller and Alan Stickler and J. Williams and J Lelieveld},
  year={2008}
}
Hydroxyl radicals in the tropical troposphere over the Suriname rainforest: airborne measurements M. Martinez, H. Harder, D. Kubistin, M. Rudolf, H. Bozem, G. Eerdekens, H. Fischer, C. Gurk, T. Klüpfel, R. Königstedt, U. Parchatka, C. L. Schiller, A. Stickler, J. Williams, and J. Lelieveld Department of Atmospheric Chemistry, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany Department of Chemistry, York University, Toronto, Canada now at: Department of Biology, University of Antwerp, Belgium… CONTINUE READING

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