publication . Article . 1983

Fogwater chemistry in an urban atmosphere

J. William Munger; Daniel J. Jacob; Jed M. Waldman; Michael R. Hoffmann;
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  • Published: 20 Jun 1983
  • Publisher: American Geophysical Union
  • Country: United States
Analyses of fogwater collected by inertial impaction in the Los Angeles basin and the San Joaquin Valley indicated unusually high concentrations of major and minor ions. The dominant ions measured were NO_3^−, SO_4^(2−), NH_4^+, and H^+. Nitrate exceeded sulfate on an equivalent basis by a factor of 2.5 in the central and coastal regions of the Los Angeles basin but was approximately equal in the eastern Los Angeles basin and the San Joaquin Valley. Maximum observed values for NH_4^+, NO_3^−, and SO_4^(2−) were 10.0, 12.0, and 5.0, meq 1^(−1), while the lowest p;H observed was 2.2. Iron and lead concentrations of over 0.1 mM and 0.01 mM, respectively, were obser...
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free text keywords: Earth-Surface Processes, Ecology, Earth and Planetary Sciences (miscellaneous), Space and Planetary Science, Palaeontology, Forestry, Aquatic Science, Atmospheric Science, Soil Science, Geochemistry and Petrology, Geophysics, Oceanography, Water Science and Technology, Nitrate, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Sulfate, San Joaquin, Environmental chemistry, Fog, Atmosphere, Mineralogy, Inertial impaction
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