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Growing season methyl bromide and methyl chloride fluxes at a sub-arctic wetland in Sweden
(American Geophysical Union, 2009)
Methyl bromide and methyl chloride fluxes were measured at several sites in a sub-arctic wetland near Abisko, Sweden (68°28′N 18°49′E) throughout the 2008 growing season. Averaged over 92 flux measurements the sub-arctic ...
Identification and quantification of methyl halide sources in a lowland tropical rainforest
In conjunction with the OP3 campaign in Danum Valley, Malaysian Borneo, flux measurements of methyl chloride (CH3Cl) and methyl bromide (CH3Br) were performed from both tropical plant branches and leaf litter in June and ...
Long-term CH3Br and CH3Cl flux measurements in temperate salt marshes
(Copernicus Publications for European Geosciences Union, 2010-11)
Fluxes of CH3Br and CH3Cl and their relationship with potential drivers such as sunlight, temperature and soil moisture, were monitored at fortnightly to monthly intervals for more than two years at two contrasting temperate ...
Methyl bromide and methyl chloride fluxes from temperate forest litter
Methyl halide fluxes were measured from fine (nonwoody) litter samples in a temperate deciduous forest site in Scotland on 16 occasions over more than a year and from a coniferous forest site. The resulting mean (+/-1 ...
Study of methyl halide fluxes in temperate and tropical ecosystems
(The University of Edinburgh, 2010)
CH3Br and CH3Cl (methyl halides) are the most abundant natural vectors of bromine and chlorine into the stratosphere and play an important role in stratospheric ozone destruction. The current knowledge of their respective ...