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A compilation of tropospheric measurements of gas-phase and aerosol chemistry in polar regions

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Author(s): R. Sander | J. Bottenheim

Journal: Earth System Science Data
ISSN 1866-3508

Volume: 4;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 215;
Date: 2012;
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ABSTRACT
Measurements of atmospheric chemistry in polar regions have been made for more than half a century. Probably the first Antarctic ozone data were recorded in 1958 during the International Geophysical Year. Since then, many measurement campaigns followed, and the results are now spread over many publications in several journals. Here, we have compiled measurements of tropospheric gas-phase and aerosol chemistry made in the Arctic and the Antarctic. It is hoped that this data collection is worth more than the sum of its components and serves as a basis for future analyses of spatial and temporal trends in polar atmospheric chemistry.
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