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THE SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND AGING OF NATURAL AEROSOLS AS DETERMINED FROM ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL DATA ON THE ATMOSPHERE
Abstract A first attempt at surveying the complete size distribution of natural aerosol particles is made. The size range covers more than three orders of magnitude in radius, with approximate limitsExpand
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Precambrian sedimentary carbonates: carbon and oxygen isotope geochemistry and implications for the terrestrial oxygen budget☆
Abstract Carbon isotope values of 260 Precambrian limestones and dolomites (most of them being substantially unaltered) have yielded an overall mean of δ 13 C = +0.4 ± 2.7‰ vs. PDB; the correspondingExpand
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Carbon isotope geochemistry of the Precambrian Lomagundi carbonate province, Rhodesia
Abstract Carbon isotope measurements carried out on 67 dolomite samples from the Middle Precambrian Lomagundi Group (Rhodesia) have yielded a δ 13 C mean of +8.2 ± 2.6%. vs PDB. With the outcrop ofExpand
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Carbon isotope geochemistry of the 3.7 × 109-yr-old Isua sediments, West Greenland: implications for the Archaean carbon and oxygen cycles
One hundred and twenty-four carbonate samples from the meta-sedimentary sequence of the 3.7 × 109 yr old Isua supracrustal belt (W-Greenland) have yielded a δ13Ccarb average of −2.5 ± 1.7%. vs PDBExpand
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A World-wide Stratospheric Aerosol Layer
An aerosol layer has been identified by a stratospheric balloon and aircraft aerosol collection program. Measurements of horizontal extension and vertical distribution indicate that this layer is aExpand
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Stratospheric aerosol studies
The stratospheric aerosol layer previously identified by balloon measurements has been studied extensively by means of recovered rod impactor samples obtained during aircraft flights at the 20-kmExpand
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Relationship of Cloud Nuclei Spectra to Aerosol Size Distribution and Composition
Abstract Cloud nuclei spectra have been calculated as a function of aerosol size distribution and soluble salt content. Size distribution of the nucleating aerosol is shown to be the most importantExpand
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THE CONCENTRATION OF CHLORIDE, SODIUM, POTASSIUM, CALCIUM, AND SULFATE IN RAIN WATER OVER THE UNITED STATES
Abstract The distribution of yearly averages of the concentration of various inorganic ions in rain water over the United States is discussed. The major source of Cl−is the ocean. The Cl−/Na+ ratio,Expand
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Global ozone budget and exchange between stratosphere and troposphere
  • C. Junge
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 November 1962
A survey of existing data reveals that tropospheric ozone is fairly uniformly distributed within the hemispheres, but that the hemispheres are well separated. Within the northern hemisphereExpand
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