Fig. 1: Field observations on changes in organic aerosol (OA) mass loading and number concentration of cloud condensation nuclei-sized particles with temperature (T). | Nature Communications

Fig. 1: Field observations on changes in organic aerosol (OA) mass loading and number concentration of cloud condensation nuclei-sized particles with temperature (T).

From: Significance of the organic aerosol driven climate feedback in the boreal area

Fig. 1

a OA mass concentration as a function of temperature. b Number concentration of particles larger than 100 nm (N100) as a function of temperature. Daily medians for summer (July–August) are shown with circles and summer medians with squares. The marker color indicates the year. Fitted Bayesian linear regression model is shown with gray line with the shaded area indicating the 95% credible interval. c Correlation coefficient between OA and temperature separated by the origin of air masses. The lines indicate the limits of the clean, eastern, and southern sectors.

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