Author(s): M.L. Sanchez, F. Sanz, R. Rodriguez & J. Dominguez
During a three week sampling campaign carried out in the period of
photochemical activity, particle size distribution in a Mediterranean
forest located in the plateau of central Spain was measured using a
Experimental results of the number of particles
covering 9 intervals in the 0.1-1 //m dynamic range are presented.
Using spectral analysis as a statistical technique, 24-h daily significant
peaks were obtained for each size range.
In order to interpret the
meaning of the peaks, particle size, sulphur dioxide and sulphate daily
patterns are compared.
The results have revealed the strong influence
of sulphur dioxide oxidation on sulphates over the daily patterns of the
aerosol spectra covering the 0.15-1 //m range.
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960491
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