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Emissions of volatile organic compounds from sunflower and beech: dependence on temperature and light intensity
(Springer Verlag, 1997)
Emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from sunflower (Helianthus annuus L. cv. giganteus) were measured in a continuously stirred tank reactor. The compounds predominantly emitted from sunflower were: isoprene, ...
A Case Study of Ozone Production in a Rural Area of Central Ontario
An O3 episode observed at Dorset, a rural site in central Ontario, during a stagnant high pressure period of the intensive Eulerian Model Evaluation Field Study (EMEFS), in the summer of 1988, is simulated using a photochemical ...
Analysis of Motor Vehicle Sources and Their Contribution to Ambient Hydrocarbon Distributions at Urban Sites In Toronto During the Southern Ontario Oxidants Study
Hydrocarbon distributions measured in the urban area of Toronto during the Southern Ontario Oxidants Study of 1992 are presented. Comparison is made to hydrocarbon distributions measured in other urban areas. Relative ...
The Stable Carbon Isotope Ratio of Biogenic Emissions of Isoprene and the Potential Use of Stable Isotope Ratio Measurements to Study Photochemical Processing of Isoprene in the Atmosphere
(Springer Netherlands, 2003)
A technique was developed that allows the determination of the stable carbon isotope ratio of isoprene in air. The method was used for a limited number of ambient measurements as well as laboratory studies of isoprene ...