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Main Title Proceedings of the NAPAP (National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program) Workshop on Dry Deposition.
Author Hicks, B. B. ; Wesely, M. L. ; Lindberg, S. E. ; Bromberg, S. M. ;
CORP Author National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oak Ridge, TN. Air Resources Labs.;Argonne National Lab., IL.;Oak Ridge National Lab., TN.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Environmental Monitoring and Systems Lab.;Department of Energy, Washington, DC.
Year Published 1986
Report Number CONF-8603180-; AC05-84OR21400;
Stock Number DE88004329
Additional Subjects Acid Rain ; Deposition ; Atmospheric Chemistry ; Experimental Data ; Information Needs ; Mathematical Models ; Meetings ; Monitoring ; NAPAP ; Scaling ; Site Selection ; Surface Air ; ERDA/500200
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NTIS  DE88004329 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 09/04/1988
Collation 87p
Abstract
Knowledge of dry deposition is limited by the inability to make the necessary measurements in other than special circumstances. The need to generate confidence in the available measurement techniques was emphasized. There is need for more frequent collocation of experiments and for more collaboration of researchers. Discussions among the specialist groups focused attention on the greatly dissimilar experimental constraints associated with different techniques. A summary of relevant considerations is given. Extreme difficulties arise when trying to conduct a side-by-side comparison of all of the available methods. In all cases there is need to improve measurement methods. This developmental effort is presently underway, but augmentation is required. The present focus on questions regarding so-called acidic deposition is too confining to permit a broad-based attack on the overall problem of air pollution in the context of energy and agricultural options. A program developed in response to questions concerning acidic deposition should not be expected to address questions arising in other contexts. The acid deposition concern is real and immediate, and if carefully arranged the research program generated to provide the most urgently desired answers could also constitute an entry into a longer-term investigation of broader issues. 34 refs., 3 tabs. (ERA citation 13:019109)