Atmospheric transport and deposition of Indonesian volcanic emissions

@inproceedings{Pfeffer2005AtmosphericTA,
  title={Atmospheric transport and deposition of Indonesian volcanic emissions},
  author={Melissa Anne Pfeffer and Baerbel Langmann and Hans-F. Graf},
  year={2005}
}
A regional climate model has been used to study the transport and deposition of sulfur (SO 2 and SO 4 2- ) and PbCl 2 emissions from Indonesian volcanoes. The sensitivity of the atmospheric loss of these trace species to meteorological conditions and their solubility was examined. Two experiments were conducted: 1) volcanic sulfur released as primarily SO 2 and subject to transport, deposition, and oxidation to SO 4 2- ; and 2) PbCl 2 released as an infinitely soluble passive tracer subject to… CONTINUE READING

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