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Dimethylsulphide (DMS) emissions from the western Pacific Ocean: A potential marine source for stratospheric sulphur?

by C. A. Marandino, S. Tegtmeier, K. Krüger, C. Zindler, E. L. Atlas, F. Moore, H. W. Bange
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics ()
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Sea surface and atmospheric measurements of dimethylsulphide (DMS) were performed during the TransBrom cruise in the western Pacific Ocean between Japan and Australia in October 2009. Air-sea DMS fluxes were computed between 0 and 30 μmol m-2 d-1, which are in agreement with those computed by the current climatology, and peak emissions of marine DMS into the atmosphere were found during the occurrence of tropical storm systems. Atmospheric variability in DMS, however, did not f. © 2013 Author(s).

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