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grl23705-sup-0002-txts01.txtplain text document19KText S1. A detailed description of data analysis and the experimental evidence for the presence of marine boundary layer OIO during the daytime.
grl23705-sup-0003-fs01.epsPS document125KFigure S1. Example of the spectral analysis of daytime OIO from the LP DOAS spectrum recorded on 8/6/2006 at 20:03 UT, for a solar zenith angle of 51.8°.
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