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Observed pollutants are of both primary and secondary origins, influenced by local topography and meteorology. Identifying sources and relative contribution often require vast detailed data collection and complicated models. This study applied a statistical time series analysis to two selected...
To investigate the atmospheric deposition of nutrients into the coastal and shelf regions of the northwest Pacific Ocean, observation sites were established upon Qianliyan Island (within the Yellow Sea) and the Shengsi Archipelago (within the East China Sea), respectively. Nutrient...
Photolysis rate parameters depend upon solar actinic flux and chemical species dependent quantum yields and cross sections. Spectrally resolved measurements of actinic flux should be preferred over flux derived from models for the analysis of field observations. Actinic flux can be difficult to...
In laboratory experiments the interactions of ammonia with ice crystals were studied within the temperature range between 0 and −20°C. In a first series of experiments dendritic ice crystals were grown from water vapor in presence of ammonia gas in various concentrations between 4 and 400 ppbv....
The two-year (1999–2000) rainwater chemistry at two monitoring sites in nearby coastal areas [Taiwan (TW) and Hong Kong (HK)] within the Western Pacific region has been studied. The volume weighted average pH values for the entire sampling period in TW and HK were 4.6 and 4.2, respectively. Sea...
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