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Conference Papers Year : 2014

Characterization of sources and processes of organic aerosols sampled at Revin (France), during the EMEP 2012 campaign

Abstract

A field campaign has been performed in summer 2012 at Revin, a remote site in northeastern France, in order to study the sources and processes of organic aerosols and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The particle concentration was low, and non-refractory submicron particles (NR-PM1) were dominated by organics. Secondary organic aerosols accounted for 82% of the total organic mass, while primary emissions mainly from traffic accounted for 18%. Three periods of high mass loadings (June 28, night of June 28-29, and July 3-5) were observed during the study. Back-trajectory analysis showed that the site was mainly under the influence of long-range transport from the Paris megacity during these periods.
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hal-01767400 , version 1 (16-04-2018)

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A. Setyan, V. Crenn, V. Riffault, Jl. Jaffrezo, A. Waked, et al.. Characterization of sources and processes of organic aerosols sampled at Revin (France), during the EMEP 2012 campaign. 9th International Conference on Air Quality-Science and Application, Mar 2014, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. ⟨hal-01767400⟩
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