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Emission Fluxes from Agricultural Sources and Biomass Burning using the CU Airborne SOF Instrument

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Vertical column measurements of trace gases along the direct solar beam using airborne and mobile Solar Occultation Flux provide a tool to study emissions from area sources that can be directly compared with emission inventories.

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