2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jd005449
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Abstract: [1] Data obtained from spring 2001 to summer 2003 in New England by the Atmospheric Investigation, Regional Modeling, Analysis and Prediction (AIRMAP) program were used to document the diurnal characteristics of O 3 , CO 2 , NO, and during selected intervals hydrocarbon and oxygenated species. The diurnal cycles of O 3 and oxygenated species showed a monotonic rise in mixing ratio following sunrise (replenishment) that was mirrored by nighttime removal (depletion) under the nocturnal inversion. The median dep…

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