The Australian bushfires of February 2009: MIPAS observations and GEM-AQ model results

by N. Glatthor, M. Höpfner, K. Semeniuk, A. Lupu, P. I. Palmer, J. C. McConnell, J. W. Kaminski, T. Von Clarmann, G. P. Stiller, B. Funke, S. Kellmann, A. Linden, A. Wiegele show all authors
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics ()
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Abstract

Starting on 7 February 2009, Southeast Australia Was Devastated by Large bushfires, Which Burned An Area of About 3000 kmandlt;supandgt;2andlt;/supandgt; on This Day Alone. This Event Was extraordinary, Because a Large Number of Combustion Products Were Transported into the Uppermost Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere Within a Few Days. various Biomass Burning Products Released by the Fire Were Observed by the michelson Interferometer for ...

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