2 edition of study of airborne sea-salt particles in western Oregon found in the catalog.
study of airborne sea-salt particles in western Oregon
Gary Francis Rossknecht
Written in English
|Statement||by Gary Francis Rossknecht.|
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Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation A study of airborne sea-salt particles in western Oregon Public Deposited. Analytics Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us Author: Gary Francis Rossknecht. A STUDY OF AIRBORNE SEA-SALT PARTICLES IN WESTERN OREGON I.
INTRODUCTION This study is concerned with the inland penetration of airborne sea-salt particles. Sea-salt particles originate as tiny droplets of sea water that are injected into the air when tiny bubbles rise to the sea surface and burst.
These bubbles result mainly from breaking waves. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Airborne data revealed greater evidence of sea salt in clouds on clearing days, pointing to a possible role for, or simply the presence of, this aerosol type in clearing areas coincident with.
In a TEM study of North Atlantic aerosol particles (Pósfai et al., ), many of such cloud-processed, internally mixed sea-salt/mineral particles contained anhydrite, but none of them contained calcite; during the transport over the ocean, calcite reacted with SO 2 or sulfate and formed anhydrite.
The Mediterranean Sea (MS) is an ideal marine environment to study airborne microbes. The MS is a low-nutrient low-chlorophyll (LNLC) ecosystem [ 21, 22 ], and the surrounding landmasses provide ample aerosols: The densely populated land to the north is a source of anthropogenic aerosols, and the arid land to the south is a source of mineral dust [ 20 ].Cited by: 1.
In addition, concrete structures are greatly affected by salt attack primarily due to airborne sea salt like it can be seen through the corrosion of study intends to investigate salt.
Rossknecht et al. () found similar patterns of airborne sea salt particle concentration for measurements made from the Oregon (USA) coast and inland. A rapid decrease in the first 2–5 km and then a slower decreasing rate further inland was by: the same period the Department used samples in a paleontological study of northwestern Oregon.
western Oregon north of the Klamath Mountains, in Mineral and water re book for a field trip designed to provide a synoptic view of the Tertiary sedimentary.
It should be noted that most of the previous observations and estimates mentioned above were not conducted in open ocean areas. The range of the concentrations of total airborne bacteria over the Kuroshio Extension region was from × 10 4 to × 10 5 cells m −3, and the mean was × 10 4 cells m − by: 8.
The individual aerosol particles may be solid, liquid, or of a mixed variety, and all types are found in the earth's atmosphere. The size classification of aerosol particles is greatly facilitated if the particles are assumed to have a spherical shape. The size. The Annual Bacterial Particle Concentration and Size Distribution in the Ambient Atmosphere in a Rural Area of the Willamette Valley, Oregon Article in Aerosol Science.
Work pants worn by loggers in Western Oregon, / A study of airborne sea-salt particles in western Oregon / Gary Francis. Rossknecht; Typescript (photocopy).
Thesis (M.S.)--Oregon. In their work, the presence of MPs was analyzed in numerous types of Chinese sea salt brands, where it was found MPs/kg of sea salt. After this first study Author: Sedat Gündoğdu. The composition of aerosols and particles depends on their source.
Wind-blown mineral dust tends to be made of mineral oxides and other material blown from the Earth's crust; this particulate is light-absorbing. Sea salt is considered the second-largest contributor in the global aerosol budget, and consists mainly of sodium chloride originated from sea spray; other.
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Also notable during the summertime in the region is efficient aqueous chemistry to produce SOA, especially organic acids, and secondary sulfate (Sorooshian et al., ) that can subsequently interact with sea salt particles.
Similar to fresh sea salt, the CWT map for aged sea salt shows that the major sources reside over the Pacific Ocean Cited by: These dust particles may interact with gaseous pollutants such as SO 2 or other aerosols during their transit, for example by collecting soot or sea salt or by gas to particle conversion.
In a dust storm that passed over the Mediterranean Sea, Levin et al.  found that some 35% of the coarse particles up to about 1 km in height were Cited by: brine mineral occurrence in the diablo mountain wilderness study area, oregon, and its possible significance to pacific rim trade [peters, thomas j., et al] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers.
brine mineral occurrence in the diablo mountain wilderness study area, oregon, and its possible significance to pacific rim tradeAuthor: et al Peters, Thomas J. Introduction  Estimates of the global mean direct radiative forcing by mineral dust vary in the range + to − W m −2 [Haywood and Boucher, ], owing to uncertainties in the chemical composition, size distribution, and source strength of dust particles [Sokolik et al., ].Dust particles have diameters up to several microns and a nonzero imaginary part of Cited by:.
The total deposition of sea salt was calculated to be × 10 12 g/yr in the whole of Japan (area × 10 5 km 2) and the mean concentration of chloride in rain to be ppm over Japan as a whole, but the concentration is about 3 times larger over the Japan Sea coastal region than over the Pacific coast region, owing to the violent north Cited by: Dominant biological component of airborne coarse particles are fungal spores.
They are produced during the life cycle of a fungus, and whose size range between 2 and 10 μm. They originate from sources, such as plants, animals, soil and human by: 1.
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