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Main Title AICE Survey of USSR Air Pollution Literature. Volume XIV. Technical Papers from the Leningrad International Symposium on the Meteorological Aspects of Atmospheric Pollution. Part III.
Author Nuttonso, M. Y. ;
CORP Author American Inst. of Crop Ecology, Silver Spring, Md.
Year Published 1972
Report Number AICE-AIR-72-14; EPA-R-800878; 1145;
Stock Number PB-209 945
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; USSR) ; ( Atmospheric diffusion ; Air pollution) ; ( Urban areas ; Air pollution) ; Meteorology ; Precipitation(Meteorology) ; Sulfur dioxide ; Gas detectors ; Metals ; East Germany ; Smog ; Photochemical reactions ; Oxidizers ; Cloud seeding ; Siberia ; Microclimatology ; Public health ; Urban planning ; Precipitation washout ; Air pollution detection
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-209 945 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 134p
Fifteen papers were translated: On the removal of impurities from the atmosphere by clouds and precipitation; Some aspects of the adoption of automatic methods of determining atmospheric pollutants; Recording of sulfur dioxide content at the outskirts of a city. Comparison of measurement results for a valley and an elevation; Theoretical and Experimental study of the aspiration coefficient of aerosols; Mechanism of photochemical pollution of the urban atmosphere; Procedure for determining the content of trace elements in precipitated water; Content of heavy metals in the air of certain regions of the USSR; On the design of a measuring network for air pollution in the German Democratic Republic; Content of photooxidants in urban air; Study of air pollution and atmospheric precipitation resulting from artificial modification of clouds; Microclimatic characteristics and hygienic evaluation of the relative emplacement of industrial and residential complexes in the regions of Siberia; Numerical characteristics of meteorological conditions associated with periods of heavy atmospheric pollution in western Siberia; Experience in simulating the propagation of noxious substances in the surface atmospheric layer over plant sites and surrounding grounds; Special cases of Vertical currents; and Synoptic conditions of formation of a very stable atmospheric boundary layer.