Volume 6, Issue 1-2, 198801/02

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

In this issue (11 articles)

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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Preface

    Pages 1-2
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    The marine source of C2-C6 aliphatic hydrocarbons

    B. Bonsang, M. Kanakidou, G. Lambert, P. Monfray Pages 3-20
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    The flux of charcoal to the troposphere during the period of agricultural burning in Panama

    Daniel O. Suman Pages 21-34
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Chemistry of organic traces in air

    Th. Class, K. Ballschmiter Pages 35-46
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    A smog chamber for studies of the reactions of terpenes and alkanes with ozone and OH

    F. Nolting, W. Behnke, C. Zetzsch Pages 47-59
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Regional studies of potential carbon monoxide sources based on space shuttle and aircraft measurements

    R. E. Newell, S. T. Shipley, V. S. Connors Pages 61-81
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Influence of the surface microlayer on the flux of nonconservative trace gases (CO, H2, CH4, N2O) across the ocean-atmosphere interface

    Ralf Conrad, Wolfgang Seiler Pages 83-94
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Emission of nitrous oxide from temperate forest soils into the atmosphere

    Joachim Schmidt, Wolfgang Seiler, Ralf Conrad Pages 95-115
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Combining biology, chemistry, and meteorology in modeling and measuring dry deposition

    B. B. Hicks, D. R. Matt Pages 117-131
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Water-air transfer resistance for ammonia from flooded rice

    A. C. F. Trevitt, J. R. Freney, O. T. Denmead Pages 133-147
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    Influence of Marine and Terrestrial Biosphere on the Chemical Composition of the Atmosphere

    Vertical distribution of dimethylsulfide, sulfur dioxide, aerosol ions, and radon over the Northeast Pacific Ocean

    M. O. Andreae, H. Berresheim, T. W. Andreae Pages 149-173