Atmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts : Results of an Expert Workshop Under the Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution

Atmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts : Results of an Expert Workshop Under the Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution

Illustrated
ISBN13: 9781402091209
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Anthropogenic emissions of ammonia cause a host of environmental impacts, including loss of biodiversity, soil acidification and formation of particulate matter in the atmosphere. Under the auspices of the UNECE Convention on Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution, around 80 international experts met to review the state of scientific knowledge. This book reports their analysis. It concludes that threshold levels for ammonia effects have been underestimated and sets new values, it assesses the independent evidence to verify reported reductions in regional ammonia emissions, and it reviews the uncertainties in modelling ammonia, both in 'hot spots' and at the regional scale.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 492
Item Height 24 mm
Item Width 158 mm
Item Weight 937 Gram
Product Dimensions 158 x 24 x 238
Publisher Springer
Format Illustrated | 492