Acetylene and ethane surface flask measurements from Cape Grim, Australia and South Pole, Antarctica

Melinda Nicewonger, Murat Aydin & Eric Saltzman
Measurements of the abundance of acetylene and ethane in surface air flasks from Cape Grim, Australia (CGO) and South Pole, Antarctica (SPO) were made in the Saltzman/Aydin Research Group at the University of California, Irvine. The surface flasks are from the the NOAA Halocarbons and other Atmospheric Trace Species (HATS) monitoring network shared with UC Irvine by Dr. Stephen Montzka to compliment on-going ice core research at UC Irvine involving the same trace species.
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