The Collaborative O-Buoy Project: Deployment of a Network of Arctic Ocean Chemical Sensors for the IPY and beyondDonald Perovich, Patricia Matrai, Paul Shepson, William Simpson & Francisco Chavez
Collaborators from five institutions will work to build and deploy an Arctic Ocean network of rugged and autonomous buoys (named "O-Buoys"), capable of observing three key atmospheric chemical species, bromine monoxide-BrO, ozone-O3, and carbon dioxide-CO2 through 2016 (with each O-Buoy being operational for up to 2 years). O3 and CO2 are two of the most important greenhouse gases that have, as yet, poorly understood behavior in the Arctic. BrO is a reaction intermediate that is...
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