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Carbonaceous and ionic components in wintertime atmospheric aerosols from two New Zealand cities : Implications for solid fuel combustion
Abstract Wintertime PM 10 samples collected in two New Zealand cities (Christchurch and Auckland) have been analysed for total carbon (TC), elemental carbon (EC), organic carbon (OC), water-solubleExpand
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Study of water-soluble atmospheric humic matter in urban and marine environments
Recently, atmospheric humic matter or humic-like substances (HULIS) have been found in the water-soluble fraction of atmospheric aerosol sampled at different locations. Most of these locations wereExpand
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Influence of phylogeny, diet, moult schedule and sex on heavy metal concentrations in New Zealand Procellariiformes
Mercury, cadmium, zinc and copper concentrations were analysed in the liver and kidney tissues of 14 species of albatross and petrel. These birds were obtained as by-catch of the long-line tunaExpand
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Photo-oxidation of dimethylsulphide in aqueous solution
Abstract Dimethylsulphide (DMS) is readily photo-oxygenated in the presence of micromolar amounts of photosensitizers such as methylene blue, rose bengal, anthroquinone and humic acid. Two moles ofExpand
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Water soluble ions of atmospheric aerosols in three New Zealand cities: seasonal changes and sources
Abstract The results of one year's measurements (typically a two week sampling campaign in each season) of the concentrations of eight major water soluble ions, namely Na+, NH4+, K+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Cl−,Expand
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Use of two‐point discrimination as a nerve repair assessment tool: preliminary report
  • D. Shooter
  • Medicine
  • ANZ journal of surgery
  • 1 October 2005
Background:  Two‐point discrimination, static and dynamic, has long been used as an assessment tool for tactile gnosis, and to assess recovery after repair of a peripheral nerve. While use of a bentExpand
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Observations of the preferential loss of major ions from melting snow and laboratory ice
Abstract Two types of laboratory experiments were undertaken to understand changes in the ionic composition of solutions from melting snows: (1) a set of field-laboratory experiments which involvedExpand
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Application of synoptic weather typing to an investigation of nocturnal ozone concentration at a maritime location, New Zealand
Abstract Relationships between weather types and the air pollutants ozone (O 3 ) and nitrogen oxides ( NO x ) at night are explored through the analysis of two years of data from the east coast ofExpand
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Retrieved tropospheric and stratospheric BrO columns over Lauder, New Zealand
[1] Spectroscopic measurements of BrO using direct sun and zenith-sky viewing geometries are combined in an optimal estimation retrieval algorithm to obtain tropospheric and stratospheric columns ofExpand
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Environmental monitoring in four European museums
In a European multidisciplinary research project concerning environmental diagnostics, museums have been selected, having different climate and pollution conditions, i.e.: Correr Museum, VeniceExpand
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