Monitoring of fogwater chemistry in the gulf coast urban industrial corridor: Baton Rouge (louisiana).

@article{Raja2005MonitoringOF,
  title={Monitoring of fogwater chemistry in the gulf coast urban industrial corridor: Baton Rouge (louisiana).},
  author={Suresh Raja and Raghunathan Ravikrishna and Raghava R Kommalapati and Kalliat T. Valsaraj},
  journal={Environmental monitoring and assessment},
  year={2005},
  volume={110 1-3},
  pages={99-120}
}
Seventeen fog events were sampled in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during 2002-2004 as part of characterizing wet deposition by fogwater in the heavily industrialized corridor along the Louisiana Gulf Coast in the United States. These samples were analyzed for chemical characteristics such as pH, conductivity, total organic and inorganic carbon, total metals and the principal ion concentrations. The dominant ionic species in all samples were NH4+, NO3-, Cl- and SO4(2-). The pH of the fogwater sampled… CONTINUE READING