Seasonal and diurnal trends in concentrations and fluxes of volatile organic compounds in central London

@inproceedings{Valach2015SeasonalAD,
  title={Seasonal and diurnal trends in concentrations and fluxes of volatile organic compounds in central London},
  author={Amy Valach and Ben Langford and Eiko Nemitz and Angus Robert MacKenzie and Charlie Hewitt},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract. Concentrations and fluxes of seven volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were measured between August and December 2012 at a rooftop site in central London as part of the ClearfLo project (Clean Air for London). VOC concentrations were quantified using a proton transfer reaction mass spectrometer (PTR-MS) and fluxes were calculated using a virtual disjunct eddy covariance technique. The median VOC fluxes, including aromatics, oxygenated compounds and isoprene, ranged from 0.07 to 0.33 mg… CONTINUE READING

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