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1. ISCAT 2000 South Pole Observations of Trace Gases [ISCAT_2000]
The ISCAT 2000 field observations went from mid November to end of December 2000 at the South Pole. Most of the observations were made in the Atmospheric Research Observatory (ARO) building. ...


2. Atmospheric Halocarbon Records from the NOAA/CMDL Flask Sampling Program, in CDIAC, Trends '93 [CDIAC_HALOCARBONS_NOAA_TRENDS93]
Measurements of CFC-11 (CCl3F), CFC-12 (CCl2F2), HCFC-22 (CHClF2), H-1301 (CBrF3), and H-1211 (CBrClF2) were made from flask samples collected for the NOAA/CMDL at climate monitoring stations at Barrow, ...


3. NOAA/CMDL Trace Halocarbons Data in the Marine Atmosphere, and Surface and Subsurface Waters Measured in 1994-2004 [CDIAC_CMDL_HALOCARBONS]
NOAA/CMDL values of trace halocarbons in the marine atmosphere, and surface and subsurface waters measured in 1994-2004 These research expeditions were conducted over a 10-year period with the primary ...


4. 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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