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New CH4 emission data from a number of Northern and Southern Hemispheric, tropical and temperate termites, are reported, which indicate that the annual global CH4 source due to termites is probably less than 15 Tg. The major uncertainties in this estimate are identified and found to be...
The chemical removal of SO2 in the presence of different aerosol systems has been investigated in laboratory experiments using a dynamic flow reactor. The aerosols consisted of wetted particles containing one of the following substances: MnCl2, Mn(NO3)2, MnSO4, CuCl2, Cu(NO3)2, CuSO4, FeCl3,...
The total ozone content in the atmosphere was determined from the multichannel photometer observations of direct solar radiation made in the urban environment at Pune (18° 32′ N, 73° 51′E, 559 m ASL) and Sinhagad hill station (18° 22′N, 73° 45′E, 1305 m ASL) during March 1980-February 1982. The...
During the winters of 1981 and 1982, measurements were taken on two Japanese islands of the aerosol and gaseous species which had been carried by northwesterly monsoons over the Pacific Ocean. The aerosols were characterized as sea-salt particles; soil particles, and as particles of sulfate,...
The well calibrated Brewer spectrophotometer 17 (Sci-Tec Instruments Inc., Canada) stayed at the Meteorological Observatory Hohenpeissenberg (MOHP) from August 27 until September 1, 1984, in order to check and recalibrate Brewer 10, which had some stability problems. Brewer 17 was initially...
The diurnal-to-monthly behavior of the fluxes of OCS, H2S, and CS2 from a mixed-Spartina grass-covered site in a Wallops Island salt water marsh was determined through a series of experiments in August and September, 1982. Absolute flux values were determined for OCS and H2S, while only relative...
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