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R/V Atlantis Participants

Name Affiliation Instrument Measurement
Tim Bates NOAA PMEL O3; SO2; Radon; Aerosol size, number, composition
Tim Bertram University of California, San Diego HCl (gaseous)
Chris Cappa University of California Davis Aerosol extinction, absorption
Derek Coffman NOAA PMEL Aerosol backscatter
David Covert University of Washington Aerosol thermal volatility; Aerosol light scattering hygroscopic growth
Chris Fairall NOAA ESRL PSD Cloud liquid water path; Cloud structure, height, precip; Wind and temperature profiles; High resolution BL turbulence structure; Surface energy balance
Richard Feely NOAA PMEL Seawater/atmospheric CO2
Drew Hamilton NOAA PMEL Aerosol optical depth
Scott Herndon Aerodyne, Inc HCHO; OCS
Jim Johnson NOAA PMEL Seawater DMS
Dan Welsh-Bon NOAA ESRL CSD VOCs
Brian Lerner NOAA ESRL CSD CO; CO2; NO; NO2; H2O; Photolysis rates (j-values)
Shao-Meng Li Environment Canada VOCs; Black carbon
Tim Onasch Aerodyne Research Inc. Aerosol size and composition
Peter Pilewskie University of Colorado Radiative fluxes; Cloud optical depth, reflectance, and effective radius
Trish Quinn NOAA PMEL CCN; Aerosol size, composition, backscatter, absorption, optical depth
Joel Savarino National Center for Scientific Research Nitrate and sulfate stable isotopes
Joel Thornton University of Washington PANs; ClNO2
Sasha Vlasenko Environment Canada VOCs; Black carbon
Nick Wagner NOAA ESRL CSD NO2; NO3; N2O5
Peter Weiss University of California Santa Cruz HgO and HgII
Eric Williams NOAA ESRL CSD O3; SO2; NOy; ship logging
Dan Wolfe NOAA ESRL PSD Cloud liquid water path; Cloud structure, height, precip; Wind and temperature profiles; High resolution BL turbulence structure; Surface energy balance