Lec26(1) - R Prinn,12.806/10.571 Atmospheric Physics& Chemistry Optimal estimation of regional N 2 O emissions using a three-dimensional global

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Unformatted text preview: R. Prinn,12.806/10.571: Atmospheric Physics & Chemistry, May 16, 2006 Optimal estimation of regional N 2 O emissions using a three-dimensional global model Ref: J. Huang, R. Prinn, A.Golombek, et al, 2006 Data: AGAGE : (MHD) = Mace Head, Ireland; (THD) = Trinidad Head, California, USA; (SMO) = American Samoa; (CGO) = Cape Grim, Tasmania, Australia; real time measurements CMDL (HATS): (ALT) = Alert, Northwest Territories, Canada; (BRW) = Point Barrow, Alaska, USA; (CGO) = Cape Grim, Tasmania, Australia; (KUM) = Kumukahi, Hawaii, USA; (MLO) = Mauna Loa, Hawaii, USA; (NWR) = Niwot Ridge, Colorado, USA; (SPO) = South Pole, Antarctica; (SMO) = American Samoa; flask measurements CMDL (CCGG): 35 sites over the globe, flask measurements NIES: Hateruma, Japan., flask measurements CSIRO: India (CRI), Australia (CFA), flasks CSIR: South Africa (CPT), flasks Data comparison Data comparison Data comparison, contd....
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Lec26(1) - R Prinn,12.806/10.571 Atmospheric Physics& Chemistry Optimal estimation of regional N 2 O emissions using a three-dimensional global

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