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QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ATMOSPHERIC OXIDATION OF ISOPRENE USING MODELS AND MEASUREMENTS: IMPACTS ON SURFACE OZONE
The oxidation of isoprene – one of the most abundant volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in our atmosphere – significantly impacts the formation of surface ozone, which is detrimental to public health. Computer models simulate ...
CHROMOPHORIC DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) IN THE OPEN OCEAN: OPTICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND THEIR RELATION TO CDOM STRUCTURE AND SOURCES.
The carbon contained as dissolved organic matter (DOM) in the Earth’s oceans is an important factor in the global carbon cycle, but studying and tracking DOM in the aquatic environment can be challenging. However, the ...