Articles | Volume 20, issue 20
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-20-11941-2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-20-11941-2020
Measurement report
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23 Oct 2020
Measurement report |  | 23 Oct 2020

Measurement report: Short-term variation in ammonia concentrations in an urban area increased by mist evaporation and emissions from a forest canopy with bird droppings

Kazuo Osada

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Various sources and meteorological conditions affect the short-term variation in NH3 concentrations in the urban atmosphere. An analysis of 2 years of hourly data suggests that mist evaporation and stomata exchange of tree leaves after the effects of bird droppings engenders a rapid increase in NH3 concentrations. Emissions from urban tree canopies are a new mode of passing reactive nitrogen that has never before been described as an important source in the literature.
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