2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jd005603
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Abstract: [1] Short-lived halocarbon tracers were used to investigate marine influences on air quality in a coastal region of New England. Atmospheric measurements made at the University of New Hampshire's Observing Station at Thompson Farm (TF) in Durham, New Hampshire, indicate that relatively large amounts of halocarbons are emitted from local estuarine and coastal oceanic regions. Bromine-containing halocarbons of interest in this work include bromoform (CHBr 3 ) and dibromomethane (CH 2 Br 2 ). The mean mixing rat…

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