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Title: Results of investigations of atmospheric pollutants fluxes in the Zmiinyi Island station in western part of the Black Sea in 2003-2007
Authors: Medinets, Sergiy V.
Medinets, Volodymyr I.
Citation: 2nd biannual and Black sea scene EC project joint conference [“Climate change in the Black sea – hypothesis, observations, trends, scenarios and mitigation strategy for the ecosystem”], (Sofia, Bulgaria, 6-9 October, 2008) / EC. – p. 16-17
Issue Date: Oct-2008
Publisher: Black Sea Scene
Keywords: Zmiinyi Island
atmospheric pollution
deposition
precipitation
Black Sea
ammonium
nitrates
sulphates
phosphates
continental contribution
Abstract: It is known, that main source of pollution in open parts of the Black Sea is the atmospheric deposition. Fluxes of atmospheric pollutants to the sea surface are results of long-range atmospheric transport of pollutants from industry-developed regions of Europe and the Black Sea countries sources. The Zmiinyi Island located in the north-western part of the Black Sea and about 35-40 km from the Danube Delta is a very representative site for development of atmospheric pollutants monitoring, especially measurements of chemical content of bulk depositions and precipitations. The main goals of our investigations in 2003-2007 were regular measurements of concentration of inorganic ions (anions and cations) in samples of atmospheric precipitations and depositions to underground surfaces and evaluation of fluxes intensity of measured ions to the sea surface. In the same time, we estimated the marine and continental-anthropogenic parts of pollutants, which are being deposited to the surface of the sea.
URI: http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/handle/123456789/2653
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