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Title: Ben Macdhui High Altitude Trace Gas and Aerosol Transport Experiment
Authors: Piketh, SJ
Swap, RJ
Anderson, CA
Freiman, MT
Zunckel, M
Held, G
Keywords: Bhattex project
Trace gas samplers
Aerosol transporting experiment
Radiogenic isotopic analysis
Intensive sampling campaigns
Synoptic circulation types
Multidisciplinary sciences
Issue Date: Jan-1999
Publisher: Bureau Scientific Publications
Citation: Piketh, SJ, et al. 1999. Ben Macdhui High Altitude Trace Gas and Aerosol Transport Experiment. South African Journal of Science, vol. 95(1), pp 35-43
Abstract: The Ben Macdhui High Altitude Aerosol and Trace Gas Transport Experiment (BHATTEX) was started to characterize the nature and magnitude of atmospheric, aerosol and trace gas transport paths recirculation over and exiting from southern Africa to the Indian Ocean. This field campaign, a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary atmospheric study conducted in the southern Drakensberg during 8-22 March and 9-23 June 1996, aimed to characterize the nature and amount of the aerosols transported, to verify the accuracy of trajectory models used to predict the observed aerosol transport and finally to determine the extent to which anthropogenic sulphur can be found to affect a remote site in southern Africa. An overview of the BHATTEX project, as well as a report on some results obtained during the initial long-term time-resolved particulate sampling and the two intensive sampling campaigns are presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2067
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2067
ISSN: 0038-2353
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