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Local anthropogenic impact on particulate elemental carbon concentrations at Summit, Greenland
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
Summit, Greenland is a remote Arctic research station allowing for field measurements at the highest point of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Due to the current reliance on diesel generators for electricity at Summit, unavoidable local emissions are a potential contamination threat to the measurement of combustion-related species in the air and snow. The effect of fossil-fuel combustion on particulate elemental carbon (EC) is assessed by a combination of ambient measurements (∼1 km from the maindoi:10.5194/acp-8-2485-2008 fatcat:fjcsdq4qzjda3ovmywco46jwji