volume 110, issue D6, Pn/a-n/a 2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jd005305
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Abstract: [1] Asian dust particles usually refer to mineral particles which originate from arid and semiarid areas in the Asian continent and disperse eastward in a wide range in the atmosphere. Their appearances in the downstream marine areas are always accompanied by high concentrations of sulfate and nitrate, suggesting their significance as a medium for pollutant conversion and transportation. However, analysis of particles collected at a coastal site in east China before and after the cold front arrival of a heavy…

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