Articles | Volume 21, issue 14
Atmos. Chem. Phys., 21, 11113–11132, 2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-21-11113-2021
Atmos. Chem. Phys., 21, 11113–11132, 2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-21-11113-2021

Research article 22 Jul 2021

Research article | 22 Jul 2021

Impact of stratospheric air and surface emissions on tropospheric nitrous oxide during ATom

Yenny Gonzalez et al.

Data sets

ATom: Measurements from the Quantum Cascade Laser System (QCLS) R. Commane, J. W. Budney, Y. Gonzalez Ramos, M. Sargent, S. C. Wofsy, and B. C. Daube https://doi.org/10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1747

ATom: Merged Atmospheric Chemistry, Trace Gases, and Aerosols S. C. Wofsy, S. Afshar, H. M. Allen, E. C. Apel, E. C. Asher, B. Barletta, J. Bent, H. Bian, B. C. Biggs, D. R. Blake, N. Blake, I. Bourgeois, C. A. Brock, W. H. Brune, J. W. Budney, T. P. Bui, A. Butler, P. Campuzano-Jost, C. S. Chang, M. Chin, R. Commane, G. Correa, J. D. Crounse, P. D. Cullis, B. C. Daube, D. A. Day, J. M. Dean-Day, J. E. Dibb, J. P. DiGangi, G. S. Diskin, M. Dollner, J. W. Elkins, F. Erdesz, A. M. Fiore, C. M. Flynn, K. D. Froyd, D. W. Gesler, S. R. Hall, T. F. Hanisco, R. A. Hannun, A. J. Hills, E. J. Hintsa, A. Hoffman, R. S. Hornbrook, L. G. Huey, S. Hughes, J. L. Jimenez, B. J. Johnson, J. M. Katich, R. F. Keeling, M. J. Kim, A. Kupc, L. R. Lait, J.-F. Lamarque, J. Liu, K. McKain, R. J. Mclaughlin, S. Meinardi, D. O. Miller, S. A. Montzka, F. L. Moore, E. J. Morgan, D. M. Murphy, L. T. Murray, B. A. Nault, J. A. Neuman, P. A. Newman, J. M. Nicely, X. Pan, W. Paplawsky, J. Peischl, M. J. Prather, D. J. Price, E. A. Ray, J. M. Reeves, M. Richardson, A. W. Rollins, K. H. Rosenlof, T. B. Ryerson, E. Scheuer, G. P. Schill, J. C. Schroder, J. P. Schwarz, J. M. St.Clair, S. D. Steenrod, B. B. Stephens, S. A. Strode, C. Sweeney, D. Tanner, A. P. Teng, A. B. Thames, C. R. Thompson, K. Ullmann, P. R. Veres, N. Vieznor, N. L. Wagner, A. Watt, R. Weber, B. Weinzierl, P. O. Wennberg, C. J. Williamson, J. C. Wilson, G. M. Wolfe, C. T. Woods, and L. H. Zeng https://doi.org/10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1581

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Vertical profiles of N2O and a variety of chemical species and aerosols were collected nearly from pole to pole over the oceans during the NASA Atmospheric Tomography mission. We observed that tropospheric N2O variability is strongly driven by the influence of stratospheric air depleted in N2O, especially at middle and high latitudes. We also traced the origins of biomass burning and industrial emissions and investigated their impact on the variability of tropospheric N2O.
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