Particulate matter deposited on leaf of fi ve evergreen species in Beijing , China : Source identi fi cation and size distribution

@inproceedings{SongParticulateMD,
  title={Particulate matter deposited on leaf of fi ve evergreen species in Beijing , China : Source identi fi cation and size distribution},
  author={Yingshi Song and Barbara A. Maher and Feng Li and Xiaoke Wang and Xiao Sun and Hong-Xing Zhang}
}
By SEM and EDX, we found PM on leaf surface mainly come from natural source. The number density and mass quality of particles per leaf square centimeter were compared between species. On leaf scale, the Juniperus formosana accumulated most PM for its complex leaf structure. For one tree, Pinus bungeana, with the most leaf area, was most effective at mitigating airborne PM. a r t i c l e i n f o 
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