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Characteristics of Aerosol and Cloud Condensation Nuclei Concentrations Measured over the Yellow Sea on a Meteorological Research Vessel, GISANG 1
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  • Journal title : Atmosphere
  • Volume 26, Issue 2,  2016, pp.243-256
  • Publisher : Korean Meteorological Society
  • DOI : 10.14191/Atmos.2016.26.2.243
 Title & Authors
Characteristics of Aerosol and Cloud Condensation Nuclei Concentrations Measured over the Yellow Sea on a Meteorological Research Vessel, GISANG 1
Park, Minsu; Yum, Seong Soo; Kim, Najin; Cha, Joo Wan; Ryoo, Sang Boom;
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 Abstract
Total number concentration of aerosols larger than 10 nm (), 3 nm (), and cloud condensation nuclei () were measured during four different ship cruises over the Yellow Sea. Average values of and at 0.6% supersaturation were 6914 and , respectively, and the minimum value of was , suggesting significant anthropogenic influence even at relatively clean marine environment. Although and increased near the coast due to anthropogenic influence, was relatively constant and therefore ratio tended to decrease, suggesting that coastal aerosols were relatively less hygroscopic. In general , , and during the cruises seemed to be significantly influenced by wet scavenging effects (e.g. fog) and boundary layer height variation. Only one new particle formation (NPF) event was observed during the measurement period. Interestingly, the NPF event occurred during a dust storm event and spatial scale of the NPF event was estimated to be larger than 100 km. These results demonstrate that aerosol and CCN concentration over the Yellow Sea can vary due to various different factors.
 Keywords
Aerosol number concentration;CCN number concentration;Yellow Sea;ship measurement;new particle formation;
 Language
Korean
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