Optical , physical , and chemical properties of tar balls observed during the Yosemite Aerosol Characterization Study

@inproceedings{Hand2005OpticalP,
  title={Optical , physical , and chemical properties of tar balls observed during the Yosemite Aerosol Characterization Study},
  author={Jenny L Hand and William C. Malm and Alexander Laskin and Derek E. Day and Taehyoung Lee and Chenli Wang and Cheryl Carrico and Jacqueline Carrillo and James P. Cowin and Jeffrey Collett and Martin J. Iedema},
  year={2005}
}
[1] The Yosemite Aerosol Characterization Study of summer 2002 (YACS) occurred during an active fire season in the western United States and provided an opportunity to investigate many unresolved issues related to the radiative effects of biomass burning aerosols. Single particle analysis was performed on field-collected aerosol samples using an array of electron microscopy techniques. Amorphous carbon spheres, or ‘‘tar balls,’’ were present in samples collected during episodes of high particle… CONTINUE READING
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