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Concentration of atmospheric and oceanic nitrous oxide : 2012 The Northwest Pacific Transect

Atmospheric and oceanic nitrous oxide in the marine boundary layer was monitored from July 14 to July 29 by the GC 7890A along the cruise track of R/V Araon from Oncheon to Nome(Alaska) carrying out a series of expeditions in The Northwest Pacific. The air inlet to the instrument was located at 29 m asl and the sea water inlet was located at 7m depth. N2O was measured every 40 minutes. As atmospheric nitrous oxide is one of the major green house gases, it is important to understand the degree of influence of it. Although oceanic source doesn't contribute highly, it is required to monitor air-sea flux continuously because the area of the Ocean is large and the flux changes easily according to the chemical and biological conditions.

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DOI
https://dx.doi.org/doi:10.22663/KOPRI-KPDC-00000439.1
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Science Keyword
ISO Topic
CLIMATOLOGY/METEOROLOGY/ATMOSPHERE
Platforms
ARAON (Icebreaker Research Vessel, KOPRI)
Instruments
GC 7890A(Agilent 7890 Gas Chromatography)
Personnel
  • Tae Siek Rhee (rhee@kopri.re.kr)
Project
Research period
2012-07-14 ~ 2012-07-29
Create/Update Date
2013-08-29 / 2013-08-29
Location
Continent > North America > United States Of America > Alaska
Dataset
Concentration of atmospheric and oceanic nitrous oxide : 2012 The Northwest Pacific Transect Impact of the ocean-atmosphere interactions in the polar and low-latitude oceans to the climate change Tae Siek Rhee
Citation
The data(KOPRI-KPDC-00000439) used in this work was provided by the Korea Polar Research Institute.

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