The Temporal and Spatial Variability O F Scavenging Ratios for Nss Sulfate , Nitrate , Methanesulfonate and Sodium in the Atmosphere over the North Atlantic Ocean

@inproceedings{Galloway2006TheTA,
  title={The Temporal and Spatial Variability O F Scavenging Ratios for Nss Sulfate , Nitrate , Methanesulfonate and Sodium in the Atmosphere over the North Atlantic Ocean},
  author={James N. Galloway and Dennis L. Savoie and William C. Keene and Joseph M. Prospero},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper we study the temporal and spatial variability of scavenging ratios (SRs) based upon 2 years of continuous aerosol and precipitation data collected at three sites of the Atmosphere-Ocean Chemistry Experiment (AEROCE): Barbados, Bermuda and Ireland. At Barbados and Bermuda, the SRs for nss SO:, NO, and CH,SO; fell within a relatively narrow range: 21G374; for the individual species, the absolute differences between the two site means were quite small, ranging from 9% for NO;, to 36… CONTINUE READING