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2012JD018317RRRfs01.epsPS document378KDaily CO emissions in California for a mid-week summer day in 2010 (provided by CARB).
2012JD018317RRRfs02.epsPS document1195KSixteen-point wind roses computed using (a) the lowest quartile and (b) the highest quartile of HCFC-22 samples collected over the SV (top), the SJV (middle), and the SoCAB (bottom). The fraction of wind coming from a specific direction is represented by the percentage value, while the wind speed is illustrated by the different color coding.
2012JD018317RRRfs03.epsPS document1191KSixteen-point wind roses computed using (a) the lowest quartile and (b) the highest quartile of HCFC-141b samples collected over the SV (top), the SJV (middle), and the SoCAB (bottom). The fraction of wind coming from a specific direction is represented by the percentage value, while the wind speed is illustrated by the different color coding.
2012JD018317RRRfs04.epsPS document1191KSixteen-point wind roses computed using (a) the lowest quartile and (b) the highest quartile of HCFC-142b samples collected over the SV (top), the SJV (middle), and the SoCAB (bottom). The fraction of wind coming from a specific direction is represented by the percentage value, while the wind speed is illustrated by the different color coding. Note that the scale for the cleanest samples collected in the SV ranges from 0 to 60%.
2012JD018317RRRfs05.epsPS document1197KFigure S5.Sixteen-point wind roses computed using (a) the lowest quartile and (b) the highest quartile of HCFC-124 samples collected over the SV (top), the SJV (middle), and the SoCAB (bottom). The fraction of wind coming from a specific direction is represented by the percentage value, while the wind speed is illustrated by the different color coding.
2012JD018317RRRfs06.epsPS document1194KFigure S6.Sixteen-point wind roses computed using (a) the lowest quartile and (b) the highest quartile of HCFC-134a samples collected over the SV (top), the SJV (middle), and the SoCAB (bottom). The fraction of wind coming from a specific direction is represented by the percentage value, while the wind speed is illustrated by the different color coding.
2012JD018317RRRfs07.epsPS document2036KDaily mean and one standard deviation concentrations of HFCs and HCFCs measured in the SoCAB during the CalNex campaign and corresponding modeled concentrations. Background levels are indicated by the dashed horizontal line.
2012JD018317RRRfs08.epsPS document2093KHourly mean and one standard deviation concentrations of HFCs and HCFCs measured in the SoCAB during the CalNex campaign and the corresponding modeled concentrations. Background levels are indicated by the dashed horizontal line.
Supplementary_Table_1.txtplain text document0KSummary of model performance during the entire measurement campaign (MNB = mean normalized bias; MNGE = mean normalized gross error) for HCFC-124 and HFCs. 9.1 Column “Species”, HCFCs and HFCs analyzed in the study. 9.2 Column “Statistical Norm”, Statistical metric used for model performance evaluation. 9.3 Column “SoCAB_below_2km”, MNB and MNGE calculated for the SoCAB data below 2 km of altitude. 9.4 Column “SoCAB_above_2km”, MNB and MNGE calculated for the SoCAB data above 2 km of altitude.

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