Elemental mercury fluxes over a sub-alpine grassland in Switzerland determined with two 1 micrometeorological methods 2

@inproceedings{Fritschea2007ElementalMF,
  title={Elemental mercury fluxes over a sub-alpine grassland in Switzerland determined with two 1 micrometeorological methods 2},
  author={Johannes Fritschea and Daniel Obristb and Matthias J. Zeemanc and Franz Conena and Werner Eugsterc and Christine Alewella},
  year={2007}
}
  • Johannes Fritschea, Daniel Obristb, +3 authors Christine Alewella
  • Published 2007
The exchange of gaseous elemental mercury (GEM) over a sub-alpine grassland in central Switzerland was measured over a full year. Seasonal and diurnal variability were measured with two micrometeorological techniques: the aerodynamic method and the modified Bowen ratio method. With these two methods mean deposition rates of 4.3 ng m−2 h−1 and 1.7 ng m−2 h−1 were calculated throughout the vegetation period. No significant GEM exchange occurred under snow covered conditions. A fair weather period… CONTINUE READING
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