Atmospheric composition in the European Arctic and 30 years of the Zeppelin Observatory, Ny-Ålesund. / Platt, Stephen M.; Hov, Øystein; Berg, Torunn; Breivik, Knut; Eckhardt, Sabine; Eleftheriadis, Konstantinos; Evangeliou, Nikolaos; Fiebig, Markus; Fisher, Rebecca; Hansen, Georg; Hansson, Hans Christen; Heintzenberg, Jost; Hermansen, Ove; Heslin-Rees, Dominic; Holmén, Kim; Hudson, Stephen; Kallenborn, Roland; Krejci, Radovan; Krognes, Terje; Larssen, Steinar; Lowry, David; Myhre, Cathrine Lund; Lunder, Chris; Nisbet, Euan; Nizzetto, Pernilla B.; Park, Ki Tae; Pedersen, Christina A.; Pfaffhuber, Katrine Aspmo; Röckmann, Thomas; Schmidbauer, Norbert; Solberg, Sverre; Stohl, Andreas; Ström, Johan; Svendby, Tove; Tunved, Peter; Tørnkvist, Kjersti; Van Der Veen, Carina; Vratolis, Stergios; Yoon, Young Jun; Yttri, Karl Espen; Zieger, Paul; Aas, Wenche; Tørseth, Kjetil.

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Atmospheric composition in the European Arctic and 30 years of the Zeppelin Observatory, Ny-Ålesund. / Platt, Stephen M.; Hov, Øystein; Berg, Torunn; Breivik, Knut; Eckhardt, Sabine; Eleftheriadis, Konstantinos; Evangeliou, Nikolaos; Fiebig, Markus; Fisher, Rebecca; Hansen, Georg; Hansson, Hans Christen; Heintzenberg, Jost; Hermansen, Ove; Heslin-Rees, Dominic; Holmén, Kim; Hudson, Stephen; Kallenborn, Roland; Krejci, Radovan; Krognes, Terje; Larssen, Steinar; Lowry, David; Myhre, Cathrine Lund; Lunder, Chris; Nisbet, Euan; Nizzetto, Pernilla B.; Park, Ki Tae; Pedersen, Christina A.; Pfaffhuber, Katrine Aspmo; Röckmann, Thomas; Schmidbauer, Norbert; Solberg, Sverre; Stohl, Andreas; Ström, Johan; Svendby, Tove; Tunved, Peter; Tørnkvist, Kjersti; Van Der Veen, Carina; Vratolis, Stergios; Yoon, Young Jun; Yttri, Karl Espen; Zieger, Paul; Aas, Wenche; Tørseth, Kjetil.

In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 22, No. 5, 14.03.2022, p. 3321-3369.

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Platt, SM, Hov, Ø, Berg, T, Breivik, K, Eckhardt, S, Eleftheriadis, K, Evangeliou, N, Fiebig, M, Fisher, R, Hansen, G, Hansson, HC, Heintzenberg, J, Hermansen, O, Heslin-Rees, D, Holmén, K, Hudson, S, Kallenborn, R, Krejci, R, Krognes, T, Larssen, S, Lowry, D, Myhre, CL, Lunder, C, Nisbet, E, Nizzetto, PB, Park, KT, Pedersen, CA, Pfaffhuber, KA, Röckmann, T, Schmidbauer, N, Solberg, S, Stohl, A, Ström, J, Svendby, T, Tunved, P, Tørnkvist, K, Van Der Veen, C, Vratolis, S, Yoon, YJ, Yttri, KE, Zieger, P, Aas, W & Tørseth, K 2022, 'Atmospheric composition in the European Arctic and 30 years of the Zeppelin Observatory, Ny-Ålesund', Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 3321-3369. https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-3321-2022

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Platt, S. M., Hov, Ø., Berg, T., Breivik, K., Eckhardt, S., Eleftheriadis, K., Evangeliou, N., Fiebig, M., Fisher, R., Hansen, G., Hansson, H. C., Heintzenberg, J., Hermansen, O., Heslin-Rees, D., Holmén, K., Hudson, S., Kallenborn, R., Krejci, R., Krognes, T., ... Tørseth, K. (2022). Atmospheric composition in the European Arctic and 30 years of the Zeppelin Observatory, Ny-Ålesund. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 22(5), 3321-3369. https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-3321-2022

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Platt SM, Hov Ø, Berg T, Breivik K, Eckhardt S, Eleftheriadis K et al. Atmospheric composition in the European Arctic and 30 years of the Zeppelin Observatory, Ny-Ålesund. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2022 Mar 14;22(5):3321-3369. https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-3321-2022

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Platt, Stephen M. ; Hov, Øystein ; Berg, Torunn ; Breivik, Knut ; Eckhardt, Sabine ; Eleftheriadis, Konstantinos ; Evangeliou, Nikolaos ; Fiebig, Markus ; Fisher, Rebecca ; Hansen, Georg ; Hansson, Hans Christen ; Heintzenberg, Jost ; Hermansen, Ove ; Heslin-Rees, Dominic ; Holmén, Kim ; Hudson, Stephen ; Kallenborn, Roland ; Krejci, Radovan ; Krognes, Terje ; Larssen, Steinar ; Lowry, David ; Myhre, Cathrine Lund ; Lunder, Chris ; Nisbet, Euan ; Nizzetto, Pernilla B. ; Park, Ki Tae ; Pedersen, Christina A. ; Pfaffhuber, Katrine Aspmo ; Röckmann, Thomas ; Schmidbauer, Norbert ; Solberg, Sverre ; Stohl, Andreas ; Ström, Johan ; Svendby, Tove ; Tunved, Peter ; Tørnkvist, Kjersti ; Van Der Veen, Carina ; Vratolis, Stergios ; Yoon, Young Jun ; Yttri, Karl Espen ; Zieger, Paul ; Aas, Wenche ; Tørseth, Kjetil. / Atmospheric composition in the European Arctic and 30 years of the Zeppelin Observatory, Ny-Ålesund. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2022 ; Vol. 22, No. 5. pp. 3321-3369.

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author = "Platt, {Stephen M.} and {\O}ystein Hov and Torunn Berg and Knut Breivik and Sabine Eckhardt and Konstantinos Eleftheriadis and Nikolaos Evangeliou and Markus Fiebig and Rebecca Fisher and Georg Hansen and Hansson, {Hans Christen} and Jost Heintzenberg and Ove Hermansen and Dominic Heslin-Rees and Kim Holm{\'e}n and Stephen Hudson and Roland Kallenborn and Radovan Krejci and Terje Krognes and Steinar Larssen and David Lowry and Myhre, {Cathrine Lund} and Chris Lunder and Euan Nisbet and Nizzetto, {Pernilla B.} and Park, {Ki Tae} and Pedersen, {Christina A.} and Pfaffhuber, {Katrine Aspmo} and Thomas R{\"o}ckmann and Norbert Schmidbauer and Sverre Solberg and Andreas Stohl and Johan Str{\"o}m and Tove Svendby and Peter Tunved and Kjersti T{\o}rnkvist and {Van Der Veen}, Carina and Stergios Vratolis and Yoon, {Young Jun} and Yttri, {Karl Espen} and Paul Zieger and Wenche Aas and Kjetil T{\o}rseth",
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AU - Platt, Stephen M.

AU - Hov, Øystein

AU - Berg, Torunn

AU - Breivik, Knut

AU - Eckhardt, Sabine

AU - Eleftheriadis, Konstantinos

AU - Evangeliou, Nikolaos

AU - Fiebig, Markus

AU - Fisher, Rebecca

AU - Hansen, Georg

AU - Hansson, Hans Christen

AU - Heintzenberg, Jost

AU - Hermansen, Ove

AU - Heslin-Rees, Dominic

AU - Holmén, Kim

AU - Hudson, Stephen

AU - Kallenborn, Roland

AU - Krejci, Radovan

AU - Krognes, Terje

AU - Larssen, Steinar

AU - Lowry, David

AU - Myhre, Cathrine Lund

AU - Lunder, Chris

AU - Nisbet, Euan

AU - Nizzetto, Pernilla B.

AU - Park, Ki Tae

AU - Pedersen, Christina A.

AU - Pfaffhuber, Katrine Aspmo

AU - Röckmann, Thomas

AU - Schmidbauer, Norbert

AU - Solberg, Sverre

AU - Stohl, Andreas

AU - Ström, Johan

AU - Svendby, Tove

AU - Tunved, Peter

AU - Tørnkvist, Kjersti

AU - Van Der Veen, Carina

AU - Vratolis, Stergios

AU - Yoon, Young Jun

AU - Yttri, Karl Espen

AU - Zieger, Paul

AU - Aas, Wenche

AU - Tørseth, Kjetil

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