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The Great Dun Fell Cloud Experiment 1993 : An overview

Choularton, T. W.; Colvile, R. N.; Bower, K. N.; Gallagher, M. W.; Wells, M.; Beswick, K. M.; Arends, B. G.; Möls, J. J.; Kos, G. P.A. and Fuzzi, S., et al. (1997) In Atmospheric Environment 31(16). p.2393-2405
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The 1993 Ground-based Cloud Experiment on Great Dun Fell used a wide range of measurements of trace gases, aerosol particles and cloud droplets at five sites to study their sources and sinks especially those in cloud. These measurements have been interpreted using a variety of models. The conclusions add to our knowledge of air pollution, acidification of the atmosphere and the ground, eutrophication and climate change. The experiment is designed to use the hill cap cloud as a flow-through reactor, and was conducted in varying levels of pollution typical of much of the rural temperate continental northern hemisphere in spring-time.

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Acid deposition, Aerosol, Air flow, Air quality, Ammonia, Atmospheric chemistry, Closure, Cloud, Entrainment, Environmental science and technology, Field experiment, Global warming, Henry's law, Instrumentation, Lagrangian, Measurement, Modelling, Organic molecules, Oxides of nitrogen, Quality assurance, Sulphur dioxide, Trace gas, Transition metals
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  author       = {Choularton, T. W. and Colvile, R. N. and Bower, K. N. and Gallagher, M. W. and Wells, M. and Beswick, K. M. and Arends, B. G. and Möls, J. J. and Kos, G. P.A. and Fuzzi, S. and Lind, J. A. and Orsi, G. and Facchini, M. C. and Laj, P. and Gieray, R. and Wieser, P. and Engelhardt, T. and Berner, A. and Kruisz, C. and Möller, D. and Acker, K. and Wieprecht, W. and Lüttke, J. and Levsen, K. and Bizjak, M. and Hansson, H. C. and Cederfelt, S. I. and Frank, G. and Mentes, B. and Martinsson, B. and Orsini, D. and Svenningsson, B. and Swietlicki, E. and Wiedensohler, A. and Noone, K. J. and Pahl, S. and Winkler, P. and Seyffer, E. and Helas, G. and Jaeschke, W. and Georgii, H. W. and Wobrock, W. and Preiss, M. and Maser, R. and Schell, D. and Dollard, G. and Jones, B. and Davies, T. and Sedlak, D. L. and David, M. M. and Wendisch, M. and Cape, J. N. and Hargreaves, K. J. and Sutton, M. A. and Storeton-West, R. L. and Fowler, D. and Hallberg, A. and Harrison, R. M. and Peak, J. D.},
  issn         = {1352-2310},
  keyword      = {Acid deposition,Aerosol,Air flow,Air quality,Ammonia,Atmospheric chemistry,Closure,Cloud,Entrainment,Environmental science and technology,Field experiment,Global warming,Henry's law,Instrumentation,Lagrangian,Measurement,Modelling,Organic molecules,Oxides of nitrogen,Quality assurance,Sulphur dioxide,Trace gas,Transition metals},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {08},
  number       = {16},
  pages        = {2393--2405},
  publisher    = {Elsevier},
  series       = {Atmospheric Environment},
  title        = {The Great Dun Fell Cloud Experiment 1993 : An overview},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1352-2310(96)00316-0},
  volume       = {31},
  year         = {1997},
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