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1987 wet deposition temporal and spatial patterns in North America

1987 wet deposition temporal and spatial patterns in North America

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acid deposition -- United States.,
  • Acid rain -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWet deposition temporal and spatial patterns in North America.
    StatementA.R. Olsen.
    ContributionsAtmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17678264M

    As part of the monitoring of acid rain, extensive networks of wet deposition were built in western Europe (EMEP: 35°N to 70°N, 10°W to 45°E) and North America (NADP: 27°N to 50°N, °W to 60°E); maps with the location of the measurement sites are shown by Holland et al.. Frequent measurements were taken over a long period of time Cited by: The wet deposition trends presented here for Canada as well as those for the United States [16,62] do not show a large-scale increase in wet deposition of Hg in eastern mid-latitude North America. Therefore, the additional decreases observed in TGM concentrations at these Canadian sites (on top of those due to regional emission controls) cannot Cited by:

    This fully-revised comprehensive fourth edition covers the whole field of physical geography including climate and atmosphere, geomorphology, biogeography, hydrology, oceans, Quaternary, environmental change, soils, remote sensing and GIS. Full text of "Acidic deposition and the environment: a literature overview" See other formats.

    The Triassic was a time of dramatic global change affecting organisms and the Earth system. The evolution of reefs started in the Early Triassic and earliest Middle Triassic (covering a time interval of > 8 Myr) with a global crisis of the metazoan reef ecosystem subsequent to the . Spatial patterns of large natural fires in Sierra Nevada wilderness areas Landscape Ecology Compin, A. and R. Cereghino. Spatial patterns of macroinvertebrate functional feeding groups in streams in relation to physical variables and land-cover in .


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Wet deposition temporal and spatial patterns in North America. Research Triangle Park, NC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

@article{osti_, title = { Wet deposition temporal and spatial patterns in North America}, author = {Simpson, J C and Olsen, A R and Bittner, E A}, abstractNote = {The focus of this report is on North American wet deposition temporal patterns from to and spatial patterns for It is the third in a series of reports that investigate the patterns of annual precipitation.

wet deposition temporal and spatial patterns in North America [microform]: project summary / A.R. Acid deposition: atmospheric processes in Eastern North America: a review of current scientific unders Acid precipitation in North America: the case for transboundary cooperation / Douglas M.

Johnston, Pete. Simpson J. and Olsen A. R, () wet deposition temporal and spatial patterns in North America. Report no. PNL/UC, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, WA. Stensland G. and Semonin R.

() Another inter- pretation of the pH trend in the United by: Acid deposition: atmospheric processes in Eastern North America: a review of current scientific understanding.

Washington, D.C: National Academy Press. MLA Citation. National Research Council (U.S.). and Environmental Studies Board (U.S.). Committee on Atmospheric Transport and Chemical Transformation in Acid Precipitation.

Discharge to concentration relationships for eight streams studied by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) as part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (U.S. EPA) Long-Term Monitoring Project (–89) indicate acidification of some streams by H2SO4 and HNO3 in atmospheric deposition and by organic acids in soils.

Concentrations of major ions in precipitation were similar to those Cited by: Spatial distribution of precipitation acidity and major ion wet deposition in North America Article in Tellus B 36B(5) - January with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

These patterns in North America are consistent with TGM trends from Europe at Mace Head, Ireland (Weigelt et al., ); Cape Point, South Africa; and ship cruises in the Atlantic Ocean (Slemr et al., ) which point to a systematic decline in Hg air concentrations and Hg in Cited by: Temporal and spatial patterns in stream physicochemistry and insect assemblages in tropical lowland streams Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(1)   Goals / Objectives Characterize geographic patterns and temporal trends in chemical or biological atmospheric (wet and dry) deposition.

Support research activities related to: (a) the productivity of managed and natural ecosystems (b) the chemistry of surface and ground waters, including estuaries (c) critical loads in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems (d) the health and safety of the nation. Globally, wet deposition and dry aerosol deposition sup metric tonnes of C 10 to C 33 n-alkanes to the ocean, respectively.

This estimate of 56, metric tonnes is within the range of 40, tometric tonnes reported earlier by Duce and Gagosian, (). Only through long-term ecological research can such continuous but slow change in ecosystems be assessed.

Long-term research provides understanding of disturbance scale and heterogeneity. Disturbances occur at different spatial and temporal scales, and many ecosystems experience a variety of different by: Research Publications Book. Stein, M.L. () Statistical Interpolation of Spatial Data: Some Theory for er, New York.

Papers [1] Stein, M. System parameters governed by jump processes: a model for removal of air polluants.

Acidic deposition trends in the eastern North America, Europe and east Asia mirror emission trends in the atmospheric source area or airshed. The atmospheric source area or airshed is the spatial area that supplies air pollutants that contribute to atmospheric deposition for a given location.

A major monitoring effort on atmospheric deposition chemistry over all Italy is being established cooperatively by ENEL and the Ministery of Agriculture. As a preliminary result, a first annual set of data on wet and dry deposition for five remote stations in peninsular and insular Italy and one in Po Valley has became available; in this paper Cited by: 1.

The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe (UMUT), initiated a study in to increase understanding of the hydrogeology and chemistry of groundwater within select areas of the Ute Mountain Ute Reservation (UMUR) in Colorado and Utah, identify vulnerabilities to the.

Wet Deposition Temporal And Spatial Patterns In North America Author: A. Olsen ISBN: UIUC The third biome, that of very dry environments with only a short wet season or seasons, was also present in the tropics and makes its first appearance near the end of the Early Permian, again in what is now western North America, which in the Permian was at the western end of the tropical landmass (DiMichele et al., ).

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This lake has the longest record (14 years) in North America and has the advantage of being situated in an area (Sudbury) in which deposition has changed dramatically since monitoring began. The analyses show that, for this extreme case, all four of the statistical techniques applied showed trends in seasonal data for ANC and $04 within five years.

Nitrate dynamics of forested watersheds: spatial and temporal patterns in North America, Europe and Japan.

Journal of Forest Research DOI /s Mitchell, M.J. and C. Alewell. Sulfur Transformations and Fluxes. Pp.in The Encyclopedia of Soil Science (W. Chesworth, ed.). Springer-Verlag.ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION PROCESSES 71 A.

Atmospheric Deposition and Environmental Cycling 71 Wet Deposition 72 Dry Deposition 73 Gas Exchange Across the Air-Water Interface 74 Environmental Cycling of Semi-Volatile Compounds 75 B. Atmospheric Transport and Deposition Models 76 Mass Balance Models 77 Receptor Models 78 Air Quality.Spatial patterns and temporal trends in mercury concentrations, precipitation depths and mercury wet deposition in the North American great lakes region, Environmental Pollution