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Ground-based remote sensing of an elevated forest fire aerosol layer at Whistler, BC: Implications for interpretation of mountaintop chemistry

by I. G. McKendry, J. Gallagher, P. Campuzano Jost, A. Bertram, K. Strawbridge, R. Leaitch, A. M. MacDonald
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics ()


Abstract. On 30 August 2009, intense forest fires in interior British Columbia ( BC ) coupled with winds from the east and northeast resulted in transport of a broad forest fire plume across southwestern BC . The physico-chemical and optical characteristics of the plume as ... \n

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