Summertime observations of elevated levels of ultrafine particles in the high Arctic marine boundary layer


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Motivated by increasing levels of open ocean in the Arctic summer and the lack of prior altitude-resolved studies, extensive aerosol measurements were made during 11 flights of the NETCARE July 2014 airborne campaign from Resolute Bay, Nunavut. Flights included vertical profiles (60 to 3000m above ground level) over open ocean, fast ice, and boundary layer clouds and fogs. A general conclusion, from observations of particle numbers between 5 and 20 nm in diameter (N5



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DOI 10.5194/acp-17-5515-2017

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Burkart, J. , Willis, M. D. , Bozem, H. , Thomas, J. L. , Law, K. , Hoor, P. M. , Aliabadi, A. A. , Köllner, F. , Schneider, J. , Herber, A. , Abbatt, J. P. D. and Leaitch, W. R. (2017): Summertime observations of elevated levels of ultrafine particles in the high Arctic marine boundary layer , Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17 , pp. 5515-5535 . doi: 10.5194/acp-17-5515-2017


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