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    • Fast airborne formaldehyde measurements as an indicator of plume chemistry during TexAQS 2000 

      Wert BP; Fried A; Trainer M; Ryerson T (, 2002 191)
      Fast, high precision airborne formaldehyde (CH2O) measurements were made by TDLAS during the 2000 Texas Air Quality Study (TexAQS 2000). Measurement precisions of 300 and 100 pptv were estimated at the 2s level, for 1 and ...
    • An Overview of TexAQS 2000 

      Daum PH (, 2002 191)
      From August 1 to September 15, 2000 over 250 scientists and technicians from over 40 organizations participated in TexAQS 2000, a major air quality study focussed on Houston, Texas The study was one of the largest, most ...
    • Ozone Precursors, Source Regions, and O sub(3) Formation during the TexAQS 2000 Study 

      Daum PH; Kleinman LI; Brechtel F; Lee YN; Nunnermacker LJ; Springston SR; Weinstein-Lloyd J (, 2002 191)
      sub() The DOE G-1 aircraft made flights on 14 days during the TexAQS 2000 study. On seven of those days, the aircraft encountered highly localized plumes exhibiting O sub(3) concentrations in excess of 150 ppb; on some ...
    • The Relative Importance of Primary and Oxidized Hydrocarbons in the Houston Urban and Ship Channel Plumes 

      Goldan PD; Kuster WC; Holloway J; Huebler G; Ryerson T; Parrish DD; Nicks D; Trainer M; Wiedinmyer C; Fehsenfeld FC; Donnelly SG; Schauffler S; Atlas E; Wert B; Fried A; Hansel A; Wisthaler A (, 2002 191)
      During the Texas Air Quality Study (TexAQS 2000) an in-situ gas chromatograph was used on board the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Electra aircraft for the acquisition and immediate analysis of ambient air ...