Chemical characterization of ambient aerosol collected during the northeast monsoon season over the Arabian Sea : Anions and cations

@inproceedings{Johansen2004ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical characterization of ambient aerosol collected during the northeast monsoon season over the Arabian Sea : Anions and cations},
  author={Anne M. Johansen and Michael Hoffmann},
  year={2004}
}
[1] Ambient aerosol samples were collected over the Arabian Sea during the month of March 1997, aboard the German R/V Sonne, as part of the German JGOFS project (Joint Global Ocean Flux Study). This is the third study in a series of analogous measurements taken over the Arabian Sea during different seasons of the monsoon. Dichotomous high volume collector samples were analyzed for anions and cations upon return to the laboratory. Anthropogenic pollutant concentrations were larger during the… CONTINUE READING
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