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Summertime PAN on boundary layer over the Northern Pacific Ocean

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Title
Summertime PAN on boundary layer over the Northern Pacific Ocean
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Summertime PAN on boundary layer over the Northern Pacific Ocean
Authors
Song, Da Sol
Lee, Sungkyu
Rhee, Tae Siek
Lee, Gangwoog
Keywords
Northern Pacific Ocean; PAN
Issue Date
2012
Citation
Song, Da Sol, et al. 2012. Summertime PAN on boundary layer over the Northern Pacific Ocean. AGU. AGU. 2012.11.27~.
Abstract
As a part of SHIPPO ( Shipborne Pole to Pole Observation), peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) and NO2 have been measured at aboard the R/V Araon during the ship track from Inchon, South Korea to Norm, Alaska, USA from July 14th to 30th, 2012. PAN and NO2 were sampled every 2 minute by a fast chromatograph with luminol-based chemiluminescence detection. In order to assure their detections in remote background airs, we successfully reduced random noise mainly from PMT using ensemble averaging from the 2 min chromatograms in each one hour time interval. With this post-processing analysis, we were able to lower detection limits to 0.01 ppbv and 0.04 ppbv for PAN and NO2, respectively. The preliminary results indicate that the background values ranged from the below the detection limit to 0.37 ppbv (average of 0.06 ppbv) for PAN and 2.05 ppbv (average of 0.24 ppbv) for NO2. It was confirmed that PAN was significant portions of reactive nitrogens in remote marine boundary airs. Occasional enhancements of PAN and NO2 were mainly attributed to the air masses originated from nearby source regions in the Northestern Asia and influenced by ships exhausts. We were able to observe the shifting of equilibrium between PAN and NO2 according to air temperature changes in very clean air masses.AN and NO2 were sampled every 2 minute by a fast chromatograph with luminol-based chemiluminescence detection. In order to assure their detections in remote background airs, we successfully reduced random noise mainly from PMT using ensemble averaging from the 2 min chromatograms in each one hour time interval. With this post-processing analysis, we were able to lower detection limits to 0.01 ppbv and 0.04 ppbv for PAN and NO2, respectively. The preliminary results indicate that the background values ranged from the below the detection limit to 0.37 ppbv (average of 0.06 ppbv) for PAN and 2.05 ppbv (average of 0.24 ppbv) for NO2. It was confirmed th
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/8372
Conference Name
AGU
Conference Place
AGU
Conference Date
2012.11.27~
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