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Modelling of acid deposition in high-elevation fog

Author(s): J.L. Walmsley, N. Urquizo, R.S. Schemenauer & H.A. Bridgman

Abstract:
A method to obtain estimates of the volume of fogwater collected by a tree canopy in complex terrain is described.

Included are assumptions about the shape and spacing of the trees and their fogwater collection efficiency. A key component is the use of a computer model for wind flow in complex terrain.

The fogwater volume results enable a mapping of wet deposition patterns of acidic ions.

Fog chemistry data from the Roundtop Mountain complex in southern Quebec are used for calibration purposes. 1 Introduction To evaluate the impact of cloudwater chemistry on high-elevation forests in the Chemistry of High Elevation Fog (CHEF) project, Schernenauer* suggested that estimates of the spatial distribution of ...

Pages: 12
Size: 910 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960201

 

 

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