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Elastic lidar (532 nm) measurements were carried out by the Atmospheric Lidar Group at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC, 39.25° N, 76.70° W) during meteorological conditions that favored the formation of the nocturnal low level jet (NLLJ) over the United States Mid-Atlantic...
Much progress has been made in creating satellite products for tracking the pollutants ozone and NO2 in the troposphere. Yet, in mid-latitude regions where meteorological interactions with pollutants are complex, accuracy can be difficult to achieve, largely due to persistent layering of some...
During summer 2011, particle growth events were investigated in Beltsville, Maryland, USA where anthropogenic and biogenic hydrocarbon emissions heavily influenced the lower atmosphere. Aerosol sampling was made from a 5-m tower during July 2011. Ultrafine particle growth events occurred on 4 of...
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