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Quantifying atmospheric nitrogen deposition through a nationwide monitoring network across China
Xu W.; Luo, X. S.; Pan, Y. P.; Zhang, L.; Tang, A. H.; Shen, J. L.; Zhang, Y.; Li, K. H.; Wu, Q. H.; Yang, D. W.; Zhang, Y. Y.; Xue, J.; Li, W. Q.; Li, Q. Q.; Tang, L.; Lu, S. H.; Liang, T.; Tong, Y. A.; Liu, P.; Zhang, Q.; Xiong, Z. Q.; Shi, X. J.; Wu, L. H.; Shi, W. Q.; Tian, K.; Zhong, X. H.; Shi, K.; Tang, Q. Y.; Zhang, L. J.; Huang, J. L.; He, C. E.; Kuang, F. H.; Zhu, B.; Liu, H.; Jin, X.; Xin, Y. J.; Shi, X. K.; Du, E. Z.; Dore, A. J.; Tang, S.; Collett, J. L.; Goulding, K.; Sun, Y. X.; Ren, J.; Zhang, F. S.; Liu, X. J.
Source PublicationAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics
2015
Volume15
Issue21
Pages12345-12360
Keyworddry deposition wet deposition air-pollution united-states reactive nitrogen beijing olympics north china chemistry ammonia models
AbstractA Nationwide Nitrogen Deposition Monitoring Network (NNDMN) containing 43 monitoring sites was established in China to measure gaseous NH3, NO2, and HNO3 and particulate NH4+ and NO3- in air and/or precipitation from 2010 to 2014. Wet/bulk deposition fluxes of N-r species were collected by precipitation gauge method and measured by continuous-flow analyzer; dry deposition fluxes were estimated using airborne concentration measurements and inferential models. Our observations reveal large spatial variations of atmospheric N-r concentrations and dry and wet/bulk N-r deposition. On a national basis, the annual average concentrations (1.3-47.0 mu g N m(-3)) and dry plus wet/bulk deposition fluxes (2.9-83.3 kg N ha(-1) yr(-1)) of inorganic Nr species are ranked by land use as urban > rural > background sites and by regions as north China > southeast China > southwest China > northeast China > northwest China > Tibetan Plateau, reflecting the impact of anthropogenic N-r emission. Average dry and wet/bulk N deposition fluxes were 20.6 +/- 11.2 (mean +/- standard deviation) and 19.3 +/- 9.2 kg N ha(-1) yr(-1) across China, with reduced N deposition dominating both dry and wet/bulk deposition. Our results suggest atmospheric dry N deposition is equally important to wet/bulk N deposition at the national scale. Therefore, both deposition forms should be included when considering the impacts of N deposition on environment and ecosystem health.
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Language英语
ISSN1680-7316
DOI10.5194/acp-15-12345-2015
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Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/43584
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Xu W.,Luo, X. S.,Pan, Y. P.,et al. Quantifying atmospheric nitrogen deposition through a nationwide monitoring network across China. 2015.
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