On the evolution of aerosol properties at a mountain site above Mexico City

@inproceedings{Baumgardner2000OnTE,
  title={On the evolution of aerosol properties at a mountain site above Mexico City},
  author={David E. Baumgardner and Graciela Binimelis de Raga and Gregory Lee Kok and John A. Ogren and Irma Rosas and Armando B{\'a}ez and Tica Novakov},
  year={2000}
}
Size distributions, scattering and absorption coefficients, and the bulk chemical composition of aerosols have been measured at a mountain site 400 m above the southwest sector of the Mexico City basin during a two-week period in November 1997. Variations in these properties are primarily related to local meteorology, i.e., wind direction and relative humidity; however, a link was found between carbon monoxide and ozone and the partitioning of aerosols between Aitken and accumulation mode sizes… CONTINUE READING

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