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《Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences》 1982-04
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ON THE ORIGIN OF THE AIR POLLUTION IN A RURAL AREA OF NORTH CHINA

Wang Ming-xing and J. W. Winchester Department of Oceanography, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306  
Elemental concentration relationships of atmospheric aerosols in a rural area of north China are examined. It has been found that the concentrations of those elements due to man-made air pollutants, especially S, are high and are comparable with those often found in the heavily industrialized eastern U. S. and western Europe. The low degree of correlation between the variations of the concentration of particulate S and local weather conditions and the relatively smaller range of concentration variation, compared with elements typical of terrestrial dust, suggest that aerosol sulfur pollution has already become a large scale regional problem in north China.
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