Global inorganic nitrogen dry deposition inferred from ground- and space-based measurements.

  title={Global inorganic nitrogen dry deposition inferred from ground- and space-based measurements.},
  author={Yanlong Jia and Guirui Yu and Yanni Gao and Nianpeng He and Qiufeng Wang and Cuicui Jiao and Yao Zuo},
  journal={Scientific reports},
Atmospheric nitrogen (N) dry deposition is an important component in total N deposition. However, uncertainty exists in the assessment of global dry deposition. Here, we develop empirical models for estimating ground N concentrations using NO2 satellite measurements from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) and ground measurements from 555 monitoring sites. Global patterns and trends in the fluxes of NO2, HNO3, NH4(+), and NO3(-) were assessed for 2005-2014. Moreover, we estimated global NH3… CONTINUE READING
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