UK SOLAS Reactive halogens in the marine boundary layer (RHaMBLe) campaign at Cape Verde (2007)
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The UK SOLAS Reactive halogens in the marine boundary layer (RHaMBLe) campaign aimed at quantifying marine halogen cycling and investigating its spatial variability. The aim was also to determine the effects of marine halogen cycling on atmospheric oxidative chemistry.
Fieldwork has provided observations at the SOLAS Cape Verde Observatory in May 2007.
Measurements included trace molecules and radicals, aerosol characteristics and distribution (Leeds FAGE, filter packs, mist chambers).
Citable as:Natural Environment Research Council; Whalley, L.; Pszenny, A.; Keene, W.C. (2006): UK SOLAS Reactive halogens in the marine boundary layer (RHaMBLe) campaign at Cape Verde (2007). NCAS British Atmospheric Data Centre, date of citation. http://catalogue.ceda.ac.uk/uuid/a2d86deca5264e38bce22b8c96f01d99
Keywords: Rhamble, SOLAS, Cape Verde, aerosols
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|UK SOLAS Reactive Halogens in the Marine Boundary Layer (RHaMBLe)|
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