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Effects of aerosols on atmospheric processes

Effects of aerosols on atmospheric processes

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Published by The Council in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerosols,
  • Air pollution

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNational Research Council of Canada, NRCC Associate Committee on Scientific Criteria for Environmental Quality, Panel on Atmospheric Aerosols, Subcommittee on Air.
    SeriesNRCC -- no. 18473
    ContributionsNational Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on Scientific Criteria for Environmental Quality. Panel on Atmospheric Aerosols. Subcommittee on Air.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC882 .E34 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p. :
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16890937M
    LC Control Number2008378625

    What are the effects of aerosols? Aerosols have an important influence on the atmospheric chemistry and physics: they affect the atmospheric chemical composition; they can reduce visibility; they have important impacts on air quality and human health (e.g. aerosols can cause breathing problems). Chapter 18 Radioactive Aerosols: Tracers of Atmospheric Processes Katsumi Hirose Department of Materials and Life Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Sophia University, Japan Introduction Radionuclides emitted in the - Selection from Aerosol Science: Technology and Applications [Book].

    Aerosols are a critical factor in the atmospheric hydrological cycle and radiation budget. As a major reason for cloud to form and a significant attenuator of solar radiation, aerosols s affect climate in several ways. Current suggestresearchs that aerosol effects on clouds could furtherFile Size: KB. Introduction to Atmospheric Aerosols: Definition: Aerosols are suspended particulate matter (liquid or solid) – suspended in a fluid. In terms of atmospheric aerosols, this fluid is air. The Atmospheric Aerosol size distribution extends many orders of magnitude, from nm up to hundreds of microns. Some Motivations to Study Aerosols • Health.

    It is known that aerosol and precursor gas emissions over East Asia may be underestimated by 50% due to the absence of data on regional rural and township industries. As the most important element of anthropogenic emissions, sulphur dioxide (SO 2) can form sulfate aerosols through several chemical processes, thus affecting the regional and global by: 2. Health effects of acid aerosols formed by atmospheric mixtures. M T sulfur and nitrogen oxides can react with photochemical products and airborne particles to form acidic vapors and aerosols. Inhalation toxicological studies were conducted, exposing laboratory animals, at rest and during exercise, to multicomponent atmospheric mixtures Cited by:


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Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere is one of the most hotly debated geo-engineering strategies put forward to combat climate change. It is now clear that atmospheric aerosols contribute substantially to global climate change and the importance of these processes must now be assessed.

This book provides a comprehensive overview of present-day knowledge concerning atmospheric aerosols, how to characterise accurately the principal. This textbook aims to be a one stop shop for those interested in aerosols and their impact on the climate system.

It starts with some fundamentals on atmospheric aerosols, atmospheric radiation and cloud physics, then goes into techniques used for in-situ and remote sensing measurements of aerosols, data assimilation, and discusses aerosol-radiation interactions, aerosol-cloud Cited by: Atmospheric aerosols are liquid or solid particles suspended in the atmosphere of variable sizes that range from about 3nm to μm in diameter and Author: Olivier Boucher.

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