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Title: The GLAM airborne campaign across the Mediterranean Basin
Authors: Ricaud, Philippe 
Zbinden, Régina 
Catoire, Valéry 
Brocchi, Vanessa 
Dulac, François 
Hamonou, Eric 
Canonici, Jean-Christophe 
El Amraoui, Laaziz 
Massart, Sébastien 
Piguet, Bruno 
Dayan, Uri 
Nabat, Pierre 
Sciare, Jean 
Ramonet, Michel 
Delmotte, Marc 
Di Sarra, Alcide 
Sferlazzo, Damiano 
Di Iorio, Tatiana 
Piacentino, Salvatore 
Cristofanelli, Paolo 
Mihalopoulos, Nikos 
Kouvarakis, Giorgos 
Pikridas, Michael 
Savvides, Chrysanthos 
Mamouri, Rodanthi-Elisavet 
Nisantzi, Argyro 
Hadjimitsis, Diofantos G. 
Attié, Jean-Luc 
Ferré, Hélène 
Kangah, Yannick 
Jaidan, Nizar 
Guth, Jonathan 
Jacquet, Patrick 
Chevrier, Stéphane 
Robert, Claude 
Bourdon, Aurélien 
Bourdinot, Jean-François 
Etienne, Jean-Claude 
Krysztofiak, Gisèle 
Theron P., Pierre 
Keywords: Earth atmosphere;Meteorology;Atmospheric constituents;In-situ observations;Mediterranean basin;Satellite measurements;Atmospheric aerosols
Category: Earth and Related Environmental Sciences
Field: Natural Sciences
Issue Date: 2-Mar-2018
Publisher: American Meteorological Society
Source: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2018, Volume 99, Issue 2, Pages 361-380
Abstract: The Gradient in Longitude of Atmospheric Constituents above the Mediterranean Basin (GLAM) 2014 airborne campaign performed original in situ observations of gases and aerosols across the Mediterranean troposphere, which, combined with satellite measurements and model outputs, highlight their summertime variability.
ISSN: 00030007
Rights: © 2018 American Meteorological Society.
Type: Article
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