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  • Volcanic sulphate and arctic dust plumes over the North Atlantic Ocean 

    Ovadnevaite, Jurgita; Ceburnis, Darius; Dupuy, Regis; Berresheim, Harald; O Dowd, Colin D. (Elsevier, 2009)
    High time resolution aerosol mass spectrometry measurements were conducted during a field campaign at Mace Head Research Station, Ireland, in June 2007. Observations on one particular day of the campaign clearly indicated ...
  • Whitecaps and the marine atmosphere, report no. 3 

    Spillane, M. C.; O'Muircheartalgh, I.G.; Monahan, E.C. (1981-04)
    This report covers the period from 1 July, 1980 to 31 March, 1981, and is devoted to a description of the work carried out, and the results obtained, during this interval on the on-going ONR-sponsored study of "The Influence ...
  • Whitecaps and the marine atmosphere, report no. 5 

    Monahan, E. C. (1983-06)
    During this year we have continued making measurements of aerosols and electrostatic charge from our coastal tower in Gort na gCapall on Inishmore. Likewise, the experiments centred on the Whitecap Simulation Tank are ...
  • Whitecaps and the marine atmosphere, report no. 6 

    Doyle, David M. (1984-06)
    This study is concerned with the interdependence of 10m elevation wind speed, oceanic whitecap coverage and marine aerosol concentration. The field work is divided into two distinct phases. On Inishmore Co. Galway. ...
  • Whitecaps and the marine atmosphere, report no. 7 

    Monahan, E. C. (1984-10)
    This report describes the general activities and findings of the Whitecap Project in the 16-month-long period 1 June 1983-30 September 1984. Additional results obtained during this period from this study of whitecaps ...
  • Whitecaps and the marine atmosphere, report no. 8 

    Monahan, E. C. (1985-10)
    During the 12-month-long period covered by this report, i.e. in the 1 October 1984 - 30 September interval, all facets of the Whitecap Project progressed apace. The field work during this year included both international and ...