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1. Emissions of Greenhouse Gases in the United States: Department of Energy Report and Database [US_GREENHOUSE_GAS]
The Energy Information Administration (EIA), the independent and statistical agency of the Department of Energy (DOE), provided estimates of U.S. emissions of the principal greenhouse ...


2. Atmospheric Trace Molecule Spectrometry Experiment (ATMOS): Data from Spacelab-3 , ATLAS-1, ATLAS-2, and ATLAS-3 from JPL [ATMOS_JPL]
The Atmospheric Trace Molecule Spectrometry (ATMOS) was flown on four Space Shuttle missions beginning in 1985 and made measurements of atmospheric constituents up to the top of the stratosphere including ...


3. Atmospheric Methyl Chloride from CDIAC [CDIAC_METHYLCHLORIDE]
This data set provides monthly average concentrations of methyl chloride taken from seven locations distributed among the polar, middle, and tropical latitudes of both hemispheres. The sites include: ...


4. NOAA/CMDL Bromide Latitudinal Air/Sea Transect (BLAST 1) 1994 Data [NOAA_CMDL_NOAH_BLAST1]
The goal of the NOAA/CMDL Bromide Latitudinal Air/Sea Transect 1994 (BLAST 1994) expedition was twofold: first, use a gas chromatograph / mass spectrometer (GC/MS) combination and test the reliablity ...


5. NOAA/CMDL Bromide Latitudinal Air/Sea Transect (BLAST II) 1994 Data [NOAA_CMDL_NOAH_BLAST2]
The NOAA/CMDL BLAST II 1994 cruise was a continuation of the BLAST I 94 mission in order to verify findings from the first cruise, but in the Atlantic Ocean rather than the Pacific. In addition to ...


6. NOAA/CMDL Bromide Latitudinal Air/Sea Transect (BLAST III) 1996 Data [NOAA_CMDL_NOAH_BLAST3]
The NOAA/CMDL Bromine Latitudinal Air/Sea Transect III (BLAST III) cruise was conducted between February 22nd and April 7th, 1996 from McMurdo, Antarctica, along the coast and through the ice of Antarctica ...


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