Poster Programme AS3.12

AS3.12

Atmospheric VOC: measurements and interpretation
Convener: Pollmann  | Co-Conveners: V. Sinha , M. Boy 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 20 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 1
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Halls X/Y
Chairperson: Michael Boy, Vinayak Sinha
XY268
EGU2009-2044
An improved system for atmospheric analysis of volatile organic compounds including monoterpenes
J.R. Hopkins, C.E. Jones, and A.C. Lewis

XY269
EGU2009-672
Changes in BVOC emission pattern from Fagus sylvatica L. measured by thermal desorber GC-MS
É. Joó, H. Van Langenhove, L. Schietse, O. Pokorska, M. Šimpraga, K. Steppe, M. Demarcke, C. Amelynck, N. Schoon, J.-F. Müller, R. Samson, and J. Dewulf

XY270
EGU2009-2240
Emission indices and characterization of the NMHCs and trace gases in the city air of Santiago de Chile
Y. Elshorbany, R. Kurtenbach, J. Kleffmann, M. Rubio, E. Lissi, G. Villena, E. Gramsch, and P. Wiesen

XY271
EGU2009-3866
Distinguishing Aldehydes and Ketones in Ambient Air using SIFT-MS
D. R. Hastie, M. J. McEwan, D. B. Milligan, J. Gray, and V. S. Langford

XY272
EGU2009-4044
Characterization of Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry for the detection of sesquiterpenes
M. Demarcke, C. Amelynck, N. Schoon, J. Dewulf, and H. Van Langenhove

XY273
EGU2009-7574
The effect of relative humidity on the detection of pyrrole by PTR-MS for OH reactivity measurements
V. Sinha, T.G. Custer, T. Kluepfel, and J Williams

XY274
EGU2009-9061
Hydrocarbons peaks at Weybourne: What role do natural gas emissions play in the regional background?
M.J. Jacob, Z.L. Fleming, P.S. Monks, A. Hulse, D. Oram, B.J. Bandy, S.A. Penkett, J.F. Hamilton, and J.R. Hopkins

XY275
EGU2009-11919
In-situ volatile organic compounds measurements with GC-MSD during the DOMINO campaign in Spain, December 2008
W. Song, N. Yassaa, and J. Williams

XY276
EGU2009-12329
Transport of NMHCs and halocarbons observed by CARIBIC: A case study
A.K. Baker, C.A.M. Brenninkmeijer, D.E. Oram, D.A. O'Sullivan, T.J. Schuck, and F. Slemr