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Formaldehyde instrument development and boundary layer sulfuric acid: implications for photochemistry
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-31)
This work presents the development of a laser-induced fluorescence technique to measure atmospheric formaldehyde. In conjunction with the technique, the design of a compact, narrow linewidth, etalon-tuned titanium:sapphire ...
A study of tropospheric photochemistry in the subtropical/tropical North and South Atlantic
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995-05)
Three-Dimensional Model Analysis of Tropospheric Photochemical Processes in the Arctic and Northern Mid_Latitudes
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-08-24)
Halogen-driven ozone and nonmethane hydrocarbon losses in springtime Arctic boundary layer are investigated using a regional chemical transport model (CTM). Surface observation of O3 at Alert and Barrow and aircraft ...
Investigation of Photochemistry at High Latitudes: Comparison of model predictions to measurements of short lived species
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-10-10)
Recent field campaigns have measured enhanced levels of NOx (NO+NO2) and HOx precursors (i.e., H2O2, CH2O, and HONO) that can not be accounted for by gas phase chemistry alone. Snowpack emission is now considered a source ...
LIF instrument development, in situ measurement at South Pole and 1D air-snowpack modeling of atmospheric nitrous acid (HONO)
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-04-02)
Atmospheric nitrous acid (HONO) is a significant and sometimes dominant OH source at polar region. An improved method of detecting HONO is developed using photo-fragmentation and laser-induced fluorescence (LIF). The ...
Development and application of a photofragmentation/laser-induced flourescence detection system for atmospheric nitrous acid by Michael Owen Rodgers
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1986-12)