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Nitrogenated and aliphatic organic vapors as possible drivers for marine secondary organic aerosol growth
Measurements of marine aerosol chemistry, using state-of-the-art mass spectrometry, as well as aerosol microphysics, hygroscopicity and cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) activity were undertaken during new particle growth ...
On the occurrence of open ocean particle production and growth events
We present new results from the Mace Head coastal station illustrating that open ocean new particle production and growth events occur frequently during periods of high oceanic productivity over the N. E. Atlantic. For the ...
Submicron ne atlantic marine aerosol chemical composition and abundance: seasonal trends and air mass categorization
Three years of continuous Aerosol Mass Spectrometry measurements at the Mace Head Global Atmosphere Watch research station revealed seasonal patterns in the chemical composition of submicron NE Atlantic marine aerosol as ...
Detecting high contributions of primary organic matter to marine aerosol: a case study
Using on-line High-Resolution Aerosol Mass Spectrometry, we report submicron organic marine aerosol plume concentrations peaking at 3.8 mu g m(-3). These concentrations are far greater than previously determined by off-line ...