Organic and elemental carbon measurements during ACE-Asia suggest a longer atmospheric lifetime for elemental carbon.

@article{Lim2003OrganicAE,
  title={Organic and elemental carbon measurements during ACE-Asia suggest a longer atmospheric lifetime for elemental carbon.},
  author={H J Lim and Barbara J. Turpin and Lynn M Russell and Timothy S. Bates},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 14},
  pages={3055-61}
}
During the ACE-Asia intensive field campaign (March 14-April 20, 2001), PM1.0 organic (OC) and elemental carbon (EC) concentrations were measured onboard the NOAA R/V Ronald H. Brown over the Northwest Pacific Ocean using a semi-continuous automated carbon analyzer downstream of a carbon-impregnated filter denuder. This OC and EC measurement achieved a mean time resolution of about 200 min over the Pacific Ocean, substantially lower than that achieved previously (24 h). The semi-continuous… CONTINUE READING

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