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Research article
16 Jul 2015
Research article |  | 16 Jul 2015

Seasonal and diurnal trends in concentrations and fluxes of volatile organic compounds in central London

A. C. Valach, B. Langford, E. Nemitz, A. R. MacKenzie, and C. N. Hewitt


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Concentrations and fluxes of selected volatile organic compounds were measured over a 5-month period in central London as part of the ClearfLo project using a proton transfer reaction mass spectrometer. Emission sources within the city were inferred from spatio-temporal patterns and showed a detectable biogenic source during warmer months, which was modelled using the Guenther 95 algorithm. Comparisons were made with the local emissions inventories showing mostly underestimated emissions.
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