One century of air deposition of hydrocarbons recorded in travertine in North Tibetan Plateau, China: Sources and evolution.

@article{Yuan2016OneCO,
  title={One century of air deposition of hydrocarbons recorded in travertine in North Tibetan Plateau, China: Sources and evolution.},
  author={Guo-Li Yuan and Ming-Zhe Wu and Yong Sun and Jun Qing Li and Jing-chao Li and Gen-Hou Wang},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={560-561},
  pages={212-7}
}
The characteristic distribution patterns of hydrocarbons have been used for fingerprinting to identify their sources. The historical air depositions of hydrocarbons recorded in natural media help to understand the evolution of the air environment. Travertine is a natural acceptor of air deposition that settles on the ground layer by layer. To reconstruct the historical air environment of hydrocarbons in the North Tibetan Plateau (NTP), a unique background region, twenty-seven travertine samples… CONTINUE READING
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