Lagrangian analysis of low altitude anthropogenic plume processing across the North Atlantic

@inproceedings{Real2008LagrangianAO,
  title={Lagrangian analysis of low altitude anthropogenic plume processing across the North Atlantic},
  author={E. Real and Kathy S. Law and H Schlager and Anke Roiger and Heidi Huntrieser and John Methven and M Cain and Jenny Holloway and Jonathan A. Neuman and Tom Ryerson and Frank M. Flocke and Joost A. de Gouw and Ernest Atlas and Stephen Donnelly and David Parrish},
  year={2008}
}
The photochemical evolution of an anthropogenic plume from the New-York/Boston region during its transport at low altitudes over the North Atlantic to the European west coast has been studied using a Lagrangian framework. This plume, originally strongly polluted, was sampled by research aircraft just off the North American east coast on 3 successive days, and then 3 days downwind off the west coast of Ireland where another aircraft re-sampled a weakly polluted plume. Changes in trace gas… CONTINUE READING