volume 110, issue D6, Pn/a-n/a 2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jd005320
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Abstract: Regional‐ and national‐scale emission rates of halocarbons have been a great concern in the field of global environmental studies and policy making. Emissions have been inventoried mainly by bottom‐up approaches, which involve adding up emissions from various industrial sources. To verify and supplement those bottom‐up inventories, top‐down approaches based on measurements of air concentrations are required. In this study, aircraft monitoring over Sagami Bay, Japan, was used to estimate the emission ratios of …

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