The sampling sites Delhi, BCOB, and MCOH encountered air masses from various geographical regions. Nine-day air mass BTs were generated for MCOH at an arrival height of 100 m, computed every 3 hours, using the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration HYSPLIT model (version 4) in such a way that air masses span across the preceding sites as well. Five-day and 3-day BTs were also generated for BCOB and Delhi, respectively. We assessed the relative contribution of each cluster for every sample collected at Delhi, BCOB, and MCOH and focused on “synoptic” IGP air mass cluster for the present BrC study. Overall, 7 samples from Delhi, 13 samples from BCOB, and 19 samples from MCOH collected during this period were such synoptic samples.

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