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https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-8-3959-2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-8-3959-2015
Research article
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29 Sep 2015
Research article |  | 29 Sep 2015

Characterizing black carbon in rain and ice cores using coupled tangential flow filtration and transmission electron microscopy

A. Ellis, R. Edwards, M. Saunders, R. K. Chakrabarty, R. Subramanian, A. van Riessen, A. M. Smith, D. Lambrinidis, L. J. Nunes, P. Vallelonga, I. D. Goodwin, A. D. Moy, M. A. J. Curran, and T. D. van Ommen

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Black carbon is an important environmental pollutant, and the structure and composition of these particles are important to measuring their affect on the climate. Historical records of black carbon emissions are stored in polar ice. This paper details a new method to study black carbon preserved in Antarctic ice cores. By combining filtration to concentrate the particles and electron microscopy to characterize them, this method opens up a new avenue to study the history of our atmosphere.