By J.W. Erisman, G.J. Heij
Representing the lawsuits of the overseas Speciality convention ''Acid Rain learn; can we have adequate answers?'', this ebook offers a worthy end to the coordinated learn on acidification within the Netherlands from 1985 to 1994. The e-book specializes in atmospheric deposition, results of acid deposition on wooded area ecosystems within the Netherlands, and destiny acidification examine. particular consciousness is given to: trace gases; ammonia; and particle deposition; and the general evaluate of deposition quite a bit to ecosystems and soils can also be discussed.
This quantity can be useful to environmental scientists, ecologists, and people occupied with atmospheric science/pollution
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10 0 10 sq 30 u) . ' 40 50 (om? Egure 8. Frequencydkautionof V, and V, Im. above a sugar beet canopy (May-July 1994). by concentration the relationship between V,, r, and atmospheric resistances with SO, concentration has been investigated. The analysis shows in Fig. 7 that the atmospheric resistances are almost constant with SO, concentration in the range 1 to 20 p g m-3. However there is a clear reduction in r, with increasing SO, concentration over the range 2 to 12 g so, from 150 s rn-' at 2 p g m-3 to 50 s m-' at 12 pg SO,m'3.
I i 00:00 06:00 12:00 18:00 24:00 00:00 06:00 12:00 18:00 24:00 hour hour Figure 3: Fluxes of 03, NO2 and CO2 over a beech stand in Corselitze forest before and after bud burst. The plots show means -}- s t a n d a r d error and a smoothed line. 38 3. The m e a n concentration of 03 was 48 ppb in the first period and 41 ppb in the second; for NO2 the values were 10 ppb and 5 ppb, respectively. The concentrations of CO2 were quite similar in the two periods. These differences should be noted when comparing the fluxes.
Journal of Geophysical Research, 93(D2): 1389-1395, 1988. J. W. Erisman (Editors). Acid Rain Research: Do we have enough answers ? 9 1995 Elsevier Science BV. All rights reserved. G. M. A. W. O. Box 1, 3720 BA Bilthoven, The Netherlands Abstract Dry deposition fluxes of acidifying trace gases are continuously determined at two locations in the Netherlands, a low vegetation site and a forest. In this work the errors in determined fluxes and deposition velocities are analysed in detail. The analysis is based on the results of both laboratory and field experiments.
Acid Rain Research: Do We Have Enough Answers? by J.W. Erisman, G.J. Heij