Figure 1. (a) Aerosol extinction calculated using Mie theory from composition-resolved size distributions plotted as a function of measured extinction from the SOAP cavity ring-down spectrometer during the ATom-4 campaign, showing representative error bars. (b) Calculated aerosol absorption and measured absorption from the SOAP photoacoustic spectrometer for cases when absorption >2 *10-6 m-1 (2x the detection limit).
1-second aerosol extinction and absorption measurements from the SOAP instrument during the 2018 ATom-4 campaign.
The sums of seasonal mean SMUrF-based NEE and ODIAC-based FFCO2 for CONUS (a), western Europe (b), and East Asia (c) for 2018 in centered panels. City-wide GEE, Reco, NEE, and FFCO2 over JJA 2018 are provided around the centered panels.
Estimates of biogenic CO2 flux components from the Solar-Induced Fluorescence for Modeling Urban biogenic Fluxes (SMUrF) model.
Predicted soil organic carbon (SOC) content of wetlands at 0-5 cm depth in the vicinity of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U.S. Estimates represent the period 1998-2018 and were derived from publicly available data sources using a quantile regression forest model.
Estimates of soil organic carbon (SOC) in tidal wetlands for the northeastern United States.