Overview: oxidant and particle photochemical processes above a south-east Asian tropical rainforest (the OP3 project): introduction, rationale, location characteristics and tools

@inproceedings{Hewitt2009OverviewOA,
  title={Overview: oxidant and particle photochemical processes above a south-east Asian tropical rainforest (the OP3 project): introduction, rationale, location characteristics and tools},
  author={Charlie Hewitt and James Melvin Lee and Alexander R. Mackenzie and Michael P. Barkley and Nicola Carslaw and Glenn D. Carver and Nick A. Chappell and Paul Zieger and Clare Collier and R{\'o}is{\'i}n Commane and F. M. Russell Davies and Brian Davison and Paul Dicarlo and Chiara Di Marco and John R. Dorsey and Peter M. Edwards and Mathew J. Evans and David Fowler and Kate Furneaux and Martin Gallagher and Alex Guenther and Dwayne E Heard and Carole Helfter and James R. Hopkins and Trevor Ingham and Martin Irwin and Chris I. Jones and Arunasalam Karunaharan and Ben Langford and Alastair C. Lewis and Suh Fei Lim and Samantha Marie MacDonald and Anoop S. Mahajan and Simon Malpass and Gordon McFiggans and Graham. P. Mills and Pawel K. Misztal and Sarah Moller and Paul S Monks and Eiko Nemitz and Virginia Nicol{\'a}s-Perea and Hilke Oetjen and Douglas E. Oram and Paul I. Palmer and Gavin Phillips and Randy T. Pike and John M C Plane and Thomas A M Pugh and John A Pyle and C E Reeves and Niall H. Robinson and David Stewart and Daniel Stone and Lisa K. Whalley and Xiaoning Yang},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract. In April–July 2008, intensive measurements were made of atmospheric composition and chemistry in Sabah, Malaysia, as part of the "Oxidant and particle photochemical processes above a South-East Asian tropical rainforest" (OP3) project. Fluxes and concentrations of trace gases and particles were made from and above the rainforest canopy at the Bukit Atur Global Atmosphere Watch station and at the nearby Sabahmas oil palm plantation, using both ground-based and airborne measurements… CONTINUE READING

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