Tropospheric halocompounds and nitrous oxide monitored at a remote site in the Mediterranean

TitoloTropospheric halocompounds and nitrous oxide monitored at a remote site in the Mediterranean
Tipo di pubblicazioneArticolo su Rivista peer-reviewed
Anno di Pubblicazione2010
AutoriArtuso, F., Chamard P., Chiavarini Salvatore, Di Sarra Alcide, Meloni Daniela, Piacentino Salvatore, and Sferlazzo Damiano Massimo
RivistaAtmospheric Environment
Volume44
Paginazione4944-4953
ISSN13522310
Parole chiaveAgrigento, Air mass, air monitoring, Anesthetics, anthropogenic source, Anthropogenic sources, article, atmospheric pollution, atmospheric transport, Back trajectory analysis, carbon tetrachloride, CFC, chlorinated hydrocarbon, chlorofluorocarbon, Chlorofluorocarbons, chlorofluorohydrocarbon, correlation, Correlation analysis, dichlorodifluoromethane, Eastern Europe, Electrical equipment, emission inventory, European environment agencies, fluorinated hydrocarbon, Global warming, greenhouse gas, Greenhouse gases, Halocompounds, Halomethanes, Halon, HFC-134A, industrial emission, Industrial solvents, Industry, Industry emissions, Italy, Lampedusa, leakage, Long lifetime, mass fragmentography, Mass transfer, Mediterranean Sea, methane, mixing ratio, Mixing ratios, Montreal Protocol, Montreal Protocols, Nitrogen oxides, Nitrous oxide, Northern Hemisphere, Northern Hemispheres, Pelagi Islands, pollution monitoring, Population statistics, priority journal, Rapid growth, Remote sites, seasonal variation, Seasonality, Sicily, solvent, Source and sink, Southern Europe, Temporal behaviour, Time series, Time series analysis, troposphere
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DOI10.1016/j.atmosenv.2010.08.019