Vol. 11, issue 07, article # 9

Smolyakov B.S., Kutsenogii K.P., Pavlyuk L.A., Filimonova S.N., Smirnova A.I., Makarov V.I., Priydak N.V. Monitoring of ion composition of atmospheric aerosols and precipitation in the Novosibirsk region in 1994-1997. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1998. V. 11. No. 07. P. 621-625.
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Abstract:

Experimental data on ion composition of atmospheric aerosol (ICAA) and fresh atmospheric precipitation (ICAP) obtained at three observation sites in the Novosibirsk region in winter and summer seasons for the period of 1994-1997 are discussed in the context of stoichiometric composition and statistical factor analysis. A regional peculiarity of ICAA and ICAP is a large contribution of terrigenous sources of their formation. This peculiarity is supposedly caused by the atmospheric transport of terrigenous salts from the Northern Kazakhstan, Aral Sea, and Caspian Sea.

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