The increasing importance of deposition of reduced nitrogen in the United States

Jeffrey L. Collett, Yi Li, Bret Schichtel, John Walker, Danna Schwede, Doris Chen, Chris Lehmann, Melissa Puchalski, David Gay

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Abstract

As U.S. N0X emissions have decreased, NH4+ has become the majority component of N wet deposition. Recent NHX monitoring for the first time permits view of dry deposition of oxidized and reduced N Reduced N dominates inorganic N dry and total dep budgets Need additional research to improve bidirectional flux characterization. Future emissions projections suggest increasing growth in the reduced N fraction of U.S. N deposition.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Atmospheric Optics
Subtitle of host publicationAerosols, Visibility, and the Radiative Balance
PublisherAir and Waste Management Association
Pages293-306
Number of pages14
ISBN (Electronic)9780000000002
StatePublished - Jan 1 2016
EventInternational Conference on Atmospheric Optics: Aerosols, Visibility, and the Radiative Balance - Jackson Hole, United States
Duration: Sep 27 2016Sep 30 2016

Publication series

NameInternational Conference on Atmospheric Optics: Aerosols, Visibility, and the Radiative Balance
Volume1

Other

OtherInternational Conference on Atmospheric Optics: Aerosols, Visibility, and the Radiative Balance
CountryUnited States
CityJackson Hole
Period9/27/169/30/16

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Waste Management and Disposal
  • Pollution

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    Collett, J. L., Li, Y., Schichtel, B., Walker, J., Schwede, D., Chen, D., Lehmann, C., Puchalski, M., & Gay, D. (2016). The increasing importance of deposition of reduced nitrogen in the United States. In International Conference on Atmospheric Optics: Aerosols, Visibility, and the Radiative Balance (pp. 293-306). (International Conference on Atmospheric Optics: Aerosols, Visibility, and the Radiative Balance; Vol. 1). Air and Waste Management Association.