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Rapid uplift of nonmethane hydrocarbons in a cold front over central Europe
 

Summary: Rapid uplift of nonmethane hydrocarbons in a cold front
over central Europe
R. M. Purvis,1
A. C. Lewis,1,2
R. A. Carney,2
J. B. McQuaid,2
S. R. Arnold,2
J. Methven,3
H. Barjat,4
K. Dewey,4
J. Kent,4
P. S. Monks,5
L. J. Carpenter,6
N. Brough,7
S. A. Penkett,7
and C. E. Reeves7
Received 6 May 2002; revised 17 December 2002; accepted 22 January 2003; published 15 April 2003.
[1] The vertical distribution of 21 C2C7 nonmethane hydrocarbons (NMHCs) has been
determined in planetary boundary layer (PBL) and free tropospheric (FT) air over
central Europe under a range of meteorological conditions. High-frequency whole air

  

Source: Arnold, Steve - School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds
Hoskins, Brian - Department of Meteorology, University of Reading
Leicester, University of - Department of Chemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry Group

 

Collections: Chemistry; Environmental Sciences and Ecology; Geosciences