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2001 Phoenix Sunrise experiment: vertical mixing and chemistry during the morning transition in Phoenix
Cross-scale relationships regarding local temperature inversions at Cape Town and global climate change implications
Heterogeneous sulfate production in the remote marine environment: Cloud processing and sea-salt particle contributions
Total gaseous mercury concentration and flux over a coastal saltmarsh vegetation in Connecticut, USA
Bowen Ratio, Eddy Correlation, and Portable Chamber Measurements of Sensible and Latent Heat Flux over Irrigated Spring Wheat
DMS oxidation in the Antarctic marine boundary layer: Comparison of model simulations and field observations of DMS, DMSO, DMSO sub(2), H sub(2)SO sub(4)(g), MSA(g), and MSA(p)
Troposphere-Planetary Boundary Layer Interactions and the Evolution of Ocean Surface Density: Lessons from Red Sea Corals
Nonmethane hydrocarbons in surface waters, their sea-air fluxes and impact on OH in the marine boundary layer during the First Aerosol Characterization Experiment (ACE 1)
Characteristics of the marine boundary layers during two Lagrangian measurement periods 2. Turbulence structure
Sea-Salt Size Distributions from Breaking Waves: Implications for Marine Aerosol Production and Optical Extinction Measurements during SEAS
On subwatersheds of the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed measurements of precipitation and runoff showed extreme variation in the rainfall-runoff relation. This variation is attributed to irregularity of amount, intensity, and dislribution of the precipitation and to unmeasured differences among the subwatersheds. To ascertain effects of soil on infiltration, rain gages and Bouyoucos moisture blocks were installed on a 4.5-acre, grass-covered drainage area of igneous soil and on a 3.0-acre drainage area of calcareous soil supporting a shrub cover. Soil in the grassland area showed greater and more abrupt responses to rainfall at the 6- and 18-inch depths. Moisture depletion at the 6-inch depth was more rapid...
Measurements of atmospheric dimethyl sulfide and carbon disulfide in the western Atlantic boundary layer.