Tropospheric aerosols: size-differentiated chemistry and large-scale spatial distributions.

@article{Hidy2013TroposphericAS,
  title={Tropospheric aerosols: size-differentiated chemistry and large-scale spatial distributions.},
  author={George M. Hidy and Volker A. Mohnen and Charles L. Blanchard},
  journal={Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association},
  year={2013},
  volume={63 4},
  pages={
          377-404
        }
}
Worldwide interest in atmospheric aerosols has emerged since the late 20th century as a part of concerns for air pollution and radiative forcing of the earth's climate. The use of aircraft and balloons for sampling and the use of remote sensing have dramatically expanded knowledge about tropospheric aerosols. Our survey gives an overview of contemporary tropospheric aerosol chemistry based mainly on in situ measurements. It focuses on fine particles less than 1-2.5 microm in diameter. The… CONTINUE READING

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