The Pasadena Aerosol Characterization Observatory ( PACO ) : chemical and physical analysis of the Western Los Angeles basin aerosol

@inproceedings{Hersey2011ThePA,
  title={The Pasadena Aerosol Characterization Observatory ( PACO ) : chemical and physical analysis of the Western Los Angeles basin aerosol},
  author={Scott P. Hersey and Jill S. Craven and Katherine A. Schilling and Andrew R Metcalf and Armin Sorooshian and Man Nin Chan and Richard C Flagan and John H. Seinfeld},
  year={2011}
}
The Pasadena Aerosol Characterization Observatory (PACO) represents the first major aerosol characterization experiment centered in the Western/Central Los Angeles Basin. The sampling site, located on the campus of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, was positioned to sample a continuous afternoon influx of transported urban aerosol with a photochemical age of 1–2 h and generally free from major local contributions. Sampling spanned 5 months during the summer of 2009, which were… CONTINUE READING

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