Articles | Volume 12, issue 1
06 May 2015
 | 06 May 2015

Atmospheric station Křešín u Pacova, Czech Republic – a Central European research infrastructure for studying greenhouse gases, aerosols and air quality

A. Dvorská, P. Sedlák, J. Schwarz, M. Fusek, V. Hanuš, P. Vodička, and J. Trusina


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Short summary
First measurements at the Atmospheric Station Křešín u Pacova revealed a seasonal variability of elemental and organic carbon with slightly higher autumn and winter concentrations. A suitable statistical method for the replacement of very low elemental carbon concentrations (i.e. under the instrument quantification limit) was found. In summer, the top of the 250 m tall station tower is frequently above the nocturnal surface inversions, thus being decoupled from local influences.