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Relationships between photosynthesis and formaldehyde as a probe of isoprene emission
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Atmospheric oxidation of isoprene emission from land plants affects radiative forcing of global climate change. There is an urgent need to understand the factors that control isoprene emission variability on large spatiotemporal scales but such direct observations of isoprene emission do not exist. Two readily available global-scale long-term observation-based data sets hold information about surface isoprene activity: gross primary productivity (GPP) anddoi:10.5194/acp-15-8559-2015 fatcat:ccziijadijb7lnl2vigpgrvmsi