Atmospheric Deposition of Nitrogen and Sulfur in the Yellow Sea Region: Significance of Long-Range Transport in East Asia

Title
Atmospheric Deposition of Nitrogen and Sulfur in the Yellow Sea Region: Significance of Long-Range Transport in East Asia
Authors
김진영김영성이승복문길주심상규배귀남윤순창
Keywords
Deposition velocity; Fine particles; Dry deposition; Wet deposition; Long-range transport
Issue Date
2010-01
Publisher
Water, air, and soil pollution
Citation
VOL 205, NO 1-4, 259-272
Abstract
The amounts of nitrogen and sulfur deposited in the region of the Yellow Sea in both dry and wet forms were estimated focusing on the period between 1999 and 2000. Dry deposition fluxes were obtained using concentrations from ground stations on both Korean and Chinese sides and from shipboard and aircraft measurements. Wet deposition fluxes were determined at ground stations on the Korean side. The dry deposition flux over the Yellow Sea was much greater than those for other world oceans. As a whole, the amounts of wet depositions of nitrogen and sulfur were 1.9 and 1.5 times larger than the amounts of respective dry depositions. Substantial influence from China caused by high emissions in East China and westerly wind was possibly suggested. However, the influence from nitrogen emission in Korea was also confirmed.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/36462
ISSN
0049-6979
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