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Aerosol Fluxes and Particle Growth Above Managed Grassland : Volume 6, Issue 8 (12/08/2009)

By Nemitz, E.

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Title: Aerosol Fluxes and Particle Growth Above Managed Grassland : Volume 6, Issue 8 (12/08/2009)  
Author: Nemitz, E.
Volume: Vol. 6, Issue 8
Language: English
Subject: Science, Biogeosciences
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Copernicus GmbH
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2009
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Erisman, J., Gallagher, M. W., Flynn, M. J., Nemitz, E., Owen, S. M., Hensen, A.,...Dorsey, J. R. (2009). Aerosol Fluxes and Particle Growth Above Managed Grassland : Volume 6, Issue 8 (12/08/2009). Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (Edinburgh), Bush Estate, Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 0QB, UK. Particle deposition velocities (11–3000 nm diameter) measured above grassland by eddy covariance during the EU GRAMINAE experiment in June 2000 averaged 0.24 and 0.03 mm s−1 to long (0.75 m) and short (0.07 m) grass, respectively. After fertilisation with 108 kg N ha−1 as calcium ammonium nitrate, sustained apparent upward fluxes of particles were observed. Analysis of concentrations and fluxes of potential precursor gases, including NH3, HNO3, HCl and selected VOCs, shows that condensation of HNO3 and NH3 on the surface of existing particles is responsible for this effect. A novel approach is developed to derive particle growth rates at the field scale, from a combination of measurements of vertical fluxes and particle size-distributions. For the first 9 days after fertilization, growth rates of 11 nm particles of 7.04 nm hr−1 and 1.68 nm hr−1 were derived for day and night-time conditions, respectively. This implies total NH4NO3 production rates of 1.11 and 0.44 μg m<sup>−3 h−1, respectively. The effect translates into a small error in measured ammonia fluxes (0.06% day, 0.56% night) and a large error in NH4+ and NO3 aerosol fluxes of 3.6% and 10%, respectively. By converting rapidly exchanged NH3 and HNO3 into slowly depositing NH4NO3, the reaction modifies the total N budget, though this effect is small (<1% for the 10 days following fertilization), as NH3 emission dominates the net flux. It is estimated that 3.8% of the fertilizer N was volatilised as NH3, of which 0.05% re-condensed to form NH4NO3 particles within the lowest 2 m of the surface layer. This surface induced process would at least scale up to a global NH4NO3 formation of ca. 0.21 kt N yr−1 from NH4NO3 fertilisers and potentially 45 kt N yr−1 from NH3 emissions in general.

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Aerosol fluxes and particle growth above managed grassland

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