New particle formation in forests inhibited by isoprene emissions

@article{KiendlerScharr2009NewPF,
  title={New particle formation in forests inhibited by isoprene emissions},
  author={Astrid Kiendler-Scharr and Juergen Wildt and Miikka Dal Maso and Thorsten Hohaus and Einhard Kleist and Thomas F. Mentel and Ralf Tillmann and Ricarda Uerlings and Uli Schurr and Andreas Wahner},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2009},
  volume={461},
  pages={381-384}
}
It has been suggested that volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are involved in organic aerosol formation, which in turn affects radiative forcing and climate. The most abundant VOCs emitted by terrestrial vegetation are isoprene and its derivatives, such as monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes. New particle formation in boreal regions is related to monoterpene emissions and causes an estimated negative radiative forcing of about -0.2 to -0.9 W m-2. The annual variation in aerosol growth rates during… CONTINUE READING
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