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Acidic Precipitation: Sources, Deposition, and Canopy by Roger L. Tanner (auth.), S. E. Lindberg, A. L. Page, S. A.

By Roger L. Tanner (auth.), S. E. Lindberg, A. L. Page, S. A. Norton (eds.)

countries accelerating to arrive a consensus at the position that atmospheric emissions and acidic precipitation play within the atmosphere, book of this sequence is well timed. The editors thank the individuals to this quantity for his or her efforts in describing a wide range of atmospheric subject matters, all of that are very important to an realizing of the acidic precipitation factor. Oak Ridge, Tennessee Steven E Lindberg Riverside, California Albert L. web page Orono, Maine Stephen A. Norton Contents sequence Preface .................................................... v Preface... ....... ...... ..... ... .. ............................... .. vii participants ..................................................... xiii resources of Acids, Bases, and Their Precursors within the surroundings . . . 1 Roger L. Tanner I. creation and Definitions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 II. assets of Acids ............................................... three III. assets of Acid-Neutralizing components (Bases) ................... nine IV. Distribution of Atmospheric Acids and Bases ...................... 10 V. Gas-Aerosol Equilibria and Boundary Layer blending ................ 14 VI. precis of vital Acid-Formation Pathways.............. . .. . 15 References ................................•................... 17 Aerosol Sulfur organization with Aluminum in japanese North the USA: proof for Solubilization of Atmospheric hint Metals sooner than Deposition ......... . . . . . . . . . . 21 . . .

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