The changing face of lower tropospheric sulfur oxides in the United States
作者: G. M. HidyC.L. Blanchard
刊名: Elementa, 2016
来源数据库: Elementa
DOI: 10.12952/journal.elementa.000138
关键词: Sulfur oxidestropospheric chemistryair quality trends
原始语种摘要: Sulfur oxides, sulfur dioxide and airborne sulfate, SOx, are short-lived species in the troposphere whose concentrations in air and precipitation have changed dramatically in association with fossil fuel combustion. The historic rise in concentration is coincident with the era of the so-called “Anthropocene.” Unlike concentrations of long-lived species such as carbon dioxide, atmospheric SOx in the United States (US) peaked between 1970 and 2005 then declined. The rise and fall of SOx is traced by comparing national data on emission changes, ambient concentrations, and precipitation sulfate from prior to World War II to the present. Surface SOx concentrations and precipitation sulfate have decreased with emissions in most parts of the US after the late 1970s. Continued reduction toward a...
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关键词翻译
  • concentrations 浓聚物
  • sulfur 
  • tropospheric 对流层的
  • sulfate 硫酸盐
  • precipitation 沉淀
  • emission 发射
  • atmospheric 大气的
  • effective 有效的
  • advances 预付款
  • domestic 国产的