||Mountain Cloud Chemistry Project: Wet, Dry and Cloud Water Deposition.
Mohnen, V. A. ;
||State Univ. of New York at Albany. Atmospheric Sciences Research Center.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Lab.
Air pollution ;
Atmospheric composition ;
Forest land ;
Chemical analysis ;
Mathematical models ;
Wind velocity ;
Applalachian Mountains ;
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The report is the second in a series of annual summaries of research on the deposition of airborne chemicals to forest canopies and the forest floor in eastern North America. The report is based on observations and model estimates of atmospheric deposition at high elevation sites in the eastern United States. The report is produced by the scientists in the Mountain Cloud Chemistry Program. One of the major objectives of the research is to characterize regional (mainly longitudinal) and elevational variability in the amounts of airborne chemicals transferred from the atmosphere into the spruce-fir and other forest ecosystems that cover high elevation sites in the Appalachian Mountains of the eastern part of North America.