Across North America Tracer Experiment (ANATEX):  Weather Maps and Tracer Concentrations


Roland R. Draxler


NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL ARL-165, July 1988


Abstract - During the first three months of 1987, perfluorocarbon tracers were emitted every 2.5 days from St. Cloud, MN and Glasgow, MT. Air samples of 24 hour duration were taken at 77 sites over most the eastern United States and southern Canada.  The tracer concentration contours derived from these sampling sites are shown in this report superimposed upon the appropriate surface weather map.  More complete descriptions of the experiment as well as other data measurements will be available from other reports in this series.


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