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Contamination of Arctic air at three sites during a haze event in late winter 1986

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Interpretation of simultaneous measurements at three stations in different parts of the Arctic suggests that during winter air masses are forced into the Arctic from Eurasia in a surge towards Alaska and further return over the North Pole towards the European Arctic. On some occasions direct flow of the Eurasian air masses was detected in the European Arctic. Simple statistical methods and dispersion modelling proved useful in studying source-receptor relationships in the Arctic.
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ARCTIC AEROSOL, EURASIAN POLLUTION, LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT, SOURCE-RECEPTOR RELATIONSHIP, LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT, TRACE-ELEMENTS, AEROSOL, POLLUTION, BARROW, ALASKA, AGASP

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Djupstrom, M, JM Pacyna, Willy Maenhaut, et al. “Contamination of Arctic Air at Three Sites During a Haze Event in Late Winter 1986.” ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT PART A-GENERAL TOPICS 27.17-18 (1993): 2999–3010. Print.
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Djupstrom, M., Pacyna, J., Maenhaut, W., Winchester, J., Li, S., & Shaw, G. (1993). Contamination of Arctic air at three sites during a haze event in late winter 1986. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT PART A-GENERAL TOPICS, 27(17-18), 2999–3010.
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Djupstrom, M, JM Pacyna, Willy Maenhaut, JW Winchester, SM Li, and GE Shaw. 1993. “Contamination of Arctic Air at Three Sites During a Haze Event in Late Winter 1986.” Atmospheric Environment Part A-general Topics 27 (17-18): 2999–3010.
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Djupstrom, M, JM Pacyna, Willy Maenhaut, JW Winchester, SM Li, and GE Shaw. 1993. “Contamination of Arctic Air at Three Sites During a Haze Event in Late Winter 1986.” Atmospheric Environment Part A-general Topics 27 (17-18): 2999–3010.
Vancouver
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Djupstrom M, Pacyna J, Maenhaut W, Winchester J, Li S, Shaw G. Contamination of Arctic air at three sites during a haze event in late winter 1986. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT PART A-GENERAL TOPICS. 1993;27(17-18):2999–3010.
IEEE
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M. Djupstrom, J. Pacyna, W. Maenhaut, J. Winchester, S. Li, and G. Shaw, “Contamination of Arctic air at three sites during a haze event in late winter 1986,” ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT PART A-GENERAL TOPICS, vol. 27, no. 17–18, pp. 2999–3010, 1993.
@article{196573,
  abstract     = {Interpretation of simultaneous measurements at three stations in different parts of the Arctic suggests that during winter air masses are forced into the Arctic from Eurasia in a surge towards Alaska and further return over the North Pole towards the European Arctic. On some occasions direct flow of the Eurasian air masses was detected in the European Arctic. Simple statistical methods and dispersion modelling proved useful in studying source-receptor relationships in the Arctic.},
  author       = {Djupstrom, M and Pacyna, JM and Maenhaut, Willy and Winchester, JW and Li, SM and Shaw, GE},
  issn         = {0960-1686},
  journal      = {ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT PART A-GENERAL TOPICS},
  keywords     = {ARCTIC AEROSOL,EURASIAN POLLUTION,LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT,SOURCE-RECEPTOR RELATIONSHIP,LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT,TRACE-ELEMENTS,AEROSOL,POLLUTION,BARROW,ALASKA,AGASP},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {17-18},
  pages        = {2999--3010},
  title        = {Contamination of Arctic air at three sites during a haze event in late winter 1986},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0960-1686(93)90332-S},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {1993},
}

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