Volume 4, Issue 1, March 1986

ISSN: 0167-7764 (Print) 1573-0662 (Online)

In this issue (10 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Editorial

    Page iii
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    Editors' note

    Page 2
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    Methane, carbon monoxide and methylchloroform in the southern hemisphere

    P. J. Fraser, P. Hyson, R. A. Rasmussen, A. J. Crawford Pages 3-42
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    World-wide increase in tropospheric methane, 1978–1983

    Donald R. Blake, F. Sherwood Rowland Pages 43-62
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    Background ozone and anthropogenic ozone enhancement at niwot ridge, Colorado

    D. D. Parrish, D. W. Fahey, E. J. Williams, S. C. Liu Pages 63-80
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    Global transport and inter-reservoir exchange of carbon dioxide with particular reference to stable isotopic distributions

    G. I. Pearman, P. Hyson Pages 81-124
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    Interannual variation of atmospheric CO2 concentration

    M. L. Thompson, I. G. Enting, G. I. Pearman, P. Hyson Pages 125-155
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    Aerosols in Alaskan air masses

    G. E. Shaw Pages 157-171
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    Sulfate and methanesulfonate in the maritime aerosol at Cape Grim, Tasmania

    G. P. Ayers, J. P. Ivey, H. S. Goodman Pages 173-185
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    Scientific Application of Baseline Observations of a Atmospheric Composition (SABOAC) Part 2

    The interpretation of baseline atmospheric turbidity measurements at Cape Grim, Tasmania

    C. M. R. Platt, G. R. Patterson Pages 187-197