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https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-21-10111-2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-21-10111-2021
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06 Jul 2021
Research article |  | 06 Jul 2021

Air–sea exchange of acetone, acetaldehyde, DMS and isoprene at a UK coastal site

Daniel P. Phillips, Frances E. Hopkins, Thomas G. Bell, Peter S. Liss, Philip D. Nightingale, Claire E. Reeves, Charel Wohl, and Mingxi Yang

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We present the first measurements of the rate of transfer (flux) of three gases between the atmosphere and the ocean, using a direct flux measurement technique, at a coastal site. We show greater atmospheric loss of acetone and acetaldehyde into the ocean than estimated by global models for the open water; importantly, the acetaldehyde transfer direction is opposite to the model estimates. Measured dimethylsulfide fluxes agreed with a recent model. Isoprene fluxes were too weak to be measured.
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