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Methodology for the Determination of Atmospheric Deposition and of Fluxes within the Ecosystem Compartments

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Abstract

To determine the dry deposition of atmospheric constituents several procedures have been described in the literature. Expenditure and chances of success are quite different and depend strongly on the attendant conditions, the constituent to be measured and the quality of the available technique. In any case, the quantification of dry deposition is much more difficult and subject to errors as compared to that of wet deposition.

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Deposition Velocity Wind Profile Seepage Water Gravitational Settling Semiempirical Model 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.GKSS Research Centre GeestchachtGeesthachtGermany

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