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Ammonia (NH3) is the most abundant alkaline gas in the atmosphere and plays a key role in atmospheric chemistry. Reliable and high-time-resolution data for gaseous ammonia are necessary to understand the sources and sinks of ammonia gas in ambient air. In the present study, a sensitive and...
The chemistry of rainwater was studied in three sites of a metropolitan city of Turkey to determine the spatial variation, sources affecting composition and the extent of their influence. The acidity of rainwater, Ca, Co, Cr, Zn, Ba, V and Ni showed significant spatial variations. The most of...
Satellite retrievals of atmospheric composition provide a wealth of data on a global scale. These complement results from atmospheric chemistry-transport models (CTMs), and can be combined using data assimilation. We present two assimilation schemes coupled to the Danish Eulerian Hemispheric...
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