Composition and Chemistry
Soluble, light-absorbing species in snow at Barrow, Alaska
Version of Record online: 28 SEP 2011
Copyright 2011 by the American Geophysical Union.
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres (1984–2012)
Volume 116, Issue D14, 27 July 2011
How to Cite
2011), Soluble, light-absorbing species in snow at Barrow, Alaska, J. Geophys. Res., 116, D00R05, doi:10.1029/2011JD016181., , , , , , , , , and (
- Issue online: 28 SEP 2011
- Version of Record online: 28 SEP 2011
- Manuscript Accepted: 1 JUL 2011
- Manuscript Revised: 23 JUN 2011
- Manuscript Received: 29 APR 2011
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|jgrd17358-sup-0002-ds01.doc||Word document||377K||Data Set S1. Molar absorptivities of H2O2 (at 293K), NO3- (at 293K), NO2- (274 K), and HULIS (at 293K).|
|jgrd17358-sup-0003-fs01a.jpg||image/pjpeg||566K||Figure S1a. Example of workflow of raw data treatment: the measured absorption coefficient at 230 nm versus the time of the sample scan.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0004-fs01b.jpg||image/pjpeg||697K||Figure S1b. Example of workflow of raw data treatment: the resulting spectra (from Figure S1a) for MQ and the sample.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0005-fs01c.jpg||image/pjpeg||712K||Figure S1c. Example of workflow of raw data treatment: the sample spectrum after the reference MQ is subtracted.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0006-fs02.jpg||image/pjpeg||683K||Figure S2. Molar absorptivity of H2O2.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0007-fs03.jpg||image/pjpeg||574K||Figure S3. Molar absorptivities of NO3- measured at Barrow as well as in the lab.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0008-fs04.jpg||image/pjpeg||855K||Figure S4. Average absorptivity of 34 HULIS samples measured at Barrow by Voisin et al.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0009-fs05.jpg||image/pjpeg||572K||Figure S5. Sum(alpha(wavelength))/(residual) (300–450 nm) in terrestrial depth profile snow samples on DOY 63 versus Cl- concentration.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0010-fs06.jpg||image/pjpeg||598K||Figure S6. Time series of Sum(alpha(wavelength))/(residual) (300–450 nm) in surface snow samples between DOY 77.0 and 85.0.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0011-fs07.jpg||image/pjpeg||748K||Figure S7. Diurnal variation in (alpha(wavelength))/(residual) (300–450 nm) in the period from DOY 80.0 ? 84.0.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0012-fs08.jpg||image/pjpeg||712K||Figure S8. Correlation of the aldehydes HCHO and glyoxal with the sum of unknown absorption in the range 300–450 nm.|
|jgrd17358-sup-0013-t01.txt||plain text document||0K||Tab-delimited Table 1.|
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