Supplement to: Fiehn, Alina; Quack, Birgit; Hepach, Helmke; Fuhlbrügge, Steffen; Tegtmeier, Susann; Toohey, Matthew; Atlas, Elliot L; Krüger, Kirstin (2017): Delivery of halogenated very short-lived substances from the west Indian Ocean to the stratosphere during the Asian summer monsoon. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17(11), 6723-6741, https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-17-6723-2017
During two cruises wiht RV Sonne, SO234-2 from 8 to 19 July 2014 (Durban, South Africa to Port Louis, Mauritius) and SO235 from 23 July to 7 August 2014 (Port Louis, Mauritius to Malé, Maldives), within the SPACES (Science Partnerships for the Assessment of Complex Earth System Processes) and OASIS (Organic very short-lived Substances and their air sea exchange from the Indian Ocean to the Stratosphere) research projects, surface water samples were sampled from a continuous running pump in the hydrographic shaft of RV Sonne at a depth of 5 m. Deep water samples were taken from a Niskin-bottle rosette sampler. The samples were then analyzed for halogenated compounds using a purge and trap system onboard, which was attached to a gas chromatograph with an electron capture detector for surface water samples and a GC/MS Agilent 5975 for the deep water samples. An analytical reproducibility of 10% was determined from measuring duplicate water samples, detection limit was 0.2 pmol /L. Calibration was performed with several dilutions of a mixed-compound standard prepared in methanol.
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