Observation of Atmospheric Ions and Atmospheric Phenomena in the Area of Kobe, Japan
Ion number densities for various mobility ranges change in accordance with air pollution and other atmospheric phenomena. Several characteristic patterns of ion number density are pointed out. Continuous observation of ion mobility spectra may become the most important method for the monitoring of air pollution. Their mean values and changing patterns should be considered.
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