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Type: Journal article
Title: Origin of atmospheric aerosols at the Pierre Auger Observatory using studies of air mass trajectories in South America
Author: Aab, A.
Abreu, P.
Aglietta, M.
Ahlers, M.
Ahn, E.
Albuquerque, I.
Allekotte, I.
Allen, J.
Allison, P.
Almela, A.
Alvarez Castillo, J.
Alvarez-Muñiz, J.
Alves Batista, R.
Ambrosio, M.
Aminaei, A.
Anchordoqui, L.
Andringa, S.
Anticic, T.
Aramo, C.
Arqueros, F.
et al.
Citation: Atmospheric Research, 2014; 149:120-135
Publisher: Elsevier
Issue Date: 2014
ISSN: 0169-8095
Statement of
A. Aab ... K.B. Barber ... J.A. Bellido ... R.W. Clay ... M.J. Cooper ... B.R. Dawson ... T.D. Grubb ... T.A. Harrison ... A.E. Herve ... G.C. Hill ... M. Malacari ... S.J. Saffi ... J. Sorokin ... P. Wahrlich ... et al. ... The Pierre Auger Collaboration
Abstract: Abstract not available
Keywords: Cosmic ray; Aerosol; Air masses; Atmospheric effect; HYSPLIT; GDAS
Description: K.B. Barber, J.A. Bellido, R.W. Clay, M.J. Cooper, B.R. Dawson, T.D. Grubb, T.A. Harrison, A.E. Herve, G.C. Hill, M. Malacari, S.J. Saffi, J. Sorokin, P. Wahrlich are members of The Pierre Auger Collaboration
Rights: © 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
RMID: 0030009098
DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosres.2014.05.021
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