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Source-Receptor Relationships Of Trace Elements In Budapest

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/EURO991772

Volume

36

Pages

3

Published

1999

Size

234 kb

Copyright

WIT Press

Author(s)

L. Bozo, K. Labancz, J. Pinto, Gy. Baranka and S. Kelecsenyi

Abstract

Source-Receptor Relationships of Trace Elements in Budapest A contribution to subproject SATURN L Boz6\ K. Labancz\ J. Pinto^, Gy. Baranka* and S. KelecsenyP * Hungarian Meteorological Service, H-1675 Budapest, P.O.Box 39, Hungary ^U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 USA ^Ministry for Environment and Regional Policy, H-1011 Budapest, F6 utca 44-50, Hungary The concentration of different species in the atmospheric aerosol is influenced significantly by human activities, so the study of the source origin of elements in aerosol particles is of crucial importance for environmental management on urban scales. Elemental composition of atmospheric aerosol particles over Budapest and regional background conditions in Hungary were investigated in detail by Molnar et al (1993). The main goal of that paper was to evaluate the characteristics of 18 elements of natur

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