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Publications Citing ACT-America: L2 In Situ CO2, CO, and CH4 Concentrations from Towers, Eastern USA

The following 3 publications cited the product ACT-America: L2 In Situ CO2, CO, and CH4 Concentrations from Towers, Eastern USA.

Year Citation
2021 Davis, K.J., E.V. Browell, S. Feng, T. Lauvaux, M.D. Obland, S. Pal, B.C. Baier, D.F. Baker, I.T. Baker, Z.R. Barkley, K.W. Bowman, Y.Y. Cui, A.S. Denning, J.P. DiGangi, J.T. Dobler, A. Fried, T. Gerken, K. Keller, B. Lin, A.R. Nehrir, C.P. Normile, C.W. O'Dell, L.E. Ott, A. Roiger, A.E. Schuh, C. Sweeney, Y. Wei, B. Weir, M. Xue, and C.A. Williams. 2021. The Atmospheric Carbon and Transport (ACT) - America Mission. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 1-54. https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-20-0300.1
2021 Wei, Y., R. Shrestha, S. Pal, T. Gerken, S. Feng, J. McNelis, D. Singh, M.M. Thornton, A.G. Boyer, M.A. Shook, G. Chen, B.C. Baier, Z.R. Barkley, J.D. Barrick, J.R. Bennett, E.V. Browell, J.F. Campbell, L.J. Campbell, Y. Choi, J. Collins, J. Dobler, M. Eckl, A. Fiehn, A. Fried, J.P. Digangi, R. Barton-Grimley, H. Halliday, T. Klausner, S. Kooi, J. Kostinek, T. Lauvaux, B. Lin, M.J. McGill, B. Meadows, N.L. Miles, A.R. Nehrir, J.B. Nowak, M. Obland, C. O'Dell, R.M.P. Fao, S.J. Richardson, D. Richter, A. Roiger, C. Sweeney, J. Walega, P. Weibring, C.A. Williams, M.M. Yang, Y. Zhou, and K.J. Davis. 2021. Atmospheric Carbon and Transport - America (ACT-America) Data Sets: Description, Management, and Delivery. Earth and Space Science. 8(7): https://doi.org/10.1029/2020EA001634
2020 Pal, S., K.J. Davis, T. Lauvaux, E.V. Browell, B.J. Gaudet, D.R. Stauffer, M.D. Obland, Y. Choi, J.P. DiGangi, S. Feng, B. Lin, N.L. Miles, R.M. Pauly, S.J. Richardson, and F. Zhang. 2020. Observations of Greenhouse Gas Changes Across Summer Frontal Boundaries in the Eastern United States. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 125(5): https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JD030526