Roland Zimmerling

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Agricultural production systems are recognised as a major source of atmospheric ammonia. Deposition of ammonia and ammonium may contribute to undesired changes in oligotrophic ecosystems. The continuous measurement of atmospheric ammonia requires expensive and sophisticated techniques and is performed only in a very restrict number of ambient air stations(More)
The concentrations of sulphur dioxide, nitric acid, nitrous acid, hydrogen chloride, ammonia and sulphate, nitrate, chloride and ammonium in aerosols were measured continuously for two years at the rural site of Rotenkamp near Braunschweig in south-east Lower Saxony. The level of air pollution registered is typical for rural areas near industrial areas in(More)
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