DEPOSITION OF Pb-CONTAINING PARTICLES FROM THE LOS ANGELES ATMOSPHERE.

Cliff Ian Davidson, S. V. Hering, S. K. Friedlander

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Abstract

Particle deposition from the atmosphere in the absence of precipitation (dry deposition) is controlled by complex transport processes. Most previous work in this area has been confined to laboratory experiments, although some field work has been reported. The particle deposition rate determines the residence time of particles in an urban atmosphere and provides information on the effects of a source on surrounding regions. The deposition rate depends on the properties of the aerosol, the air flow patterns, and the nature of the deposition surface. The paper deals with deposition by examining airborne size distributions and fluxes to flat, horizontal surfaces. From the airborne size distribution, the deposition rates can be predicted and compared with the flux determined experimentally.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
Volume1
StatePublished - 1800
Externally publishedYes
EventInt Conf on Environ Sensing and Assess, Jt Conf Comprising the Int Symp on Environ Monit and the 3rd Jt Conf on Sensing Environ Pollut - Las Vegas, NV, USA
Duration: Sep 14 1975Sep 19 1975

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OtherInt Conf on Environ Sensing and Assess, Jt Conf Comprising the Int Symp on Environ Monit and the 3rd Jt Conf on Sensing Environ Pollut
CityLas Vegas, NV, USA
Period9/14/759/19/75

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Deposition rates
Fluxes
Flow patterns
Aerosols
Air
Experiments

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  • Engineering(all)

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Davidson, C. I., Hering, S. V., & Friedlander, S. K. (1800). DEPOSITION OF Pb-CONTAINING PARTICLES FROM THE LOS ANGELES ATMOSPHERE. In Unknown Host Publication Title (Vol. 1). IEEE Computer Society.

DEPOSITION OF Pb-CONTAINING PARTICLES FROM THE LOS ANGELES ATMOSPHERE. / Davidson, Cliff Ian; Hering, S. V.; Friedlander, S. K.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Vol. 1 IEEE Computer Society, 1800.

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Davidson, CI, Hering, SV & Friedlander, SK 1800, DEPOSITION OF Pb-CONTAINING PARTICLES FROM THE LOS ANGELES ATMOSPHERE. in Unknown Host Publication Title. vol. 1, IEEE Computer Society, Int Conf on Environ Sensing and Assess, Jt Conf Comprising the Int Symp on Environ Monit and the 3rd Jt Conf on Sensing Environ Pollut, Las Vegas, NV, USA, 9/14/75.
Davidson CI, Hering SV, Friedlander SK. DEPOSITION OF Pb-CONTAINING PARTICLES FROM THE LOS ANGELES ATMOSPHERE. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Vol. 1. IEEE Computer Society. 1800
Davidson, Cliff Ian ; Hering, S. V. ; Friedlander, S. K. / DEPOSITION OF Pb-CONTAINING PARTICLES FROM THE LOS ANGELES ATMOSPHERE. Unknown Host Publication Title. Vol. 1 IEEE Computer Society, 1800.
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