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Titolo: A comparison of recent methods for modeling mercury fluxes at the air-water interface.
Anno di pubblicazione: 2013
Autori: Fantozzi, L., Manca, G., Sprovieri, F.
Affiliazioni autori: CNR-IIA
Abstract: The atmospheric pathway of the global mercury flux is known to be the primary source of mercury contamination to most threatened aquatic ecosystems. Notwithstanding, the emission of mercury from surface water to the atmosphere is as much as 50% of total annual emissions of this metal into the atmosphere. In recent years, much effort has been made in theoretical and experimental researches to quantify the total mass flux of mercury to the atmosphere. In this study the most recent atmospheric modelling methods and the information obtained from them are presented and compared using experimental data collected during the Oceanographic Campaign Fenice 2011 (25 October - 8 November 2011), performed on board the Research Vessel (RV) Urania of the CNR in the framework of the MEDOCEANOR ongoing program. A strategy for future numerical model development is proposed which is intended to gain a better knowledge of the long-term effects of meteo-climatic drivers on mercury evasional processes, and would provide key information on gaseous Hg exchange rates at the air-water interface.
Lingua abstract: inglese
E3S Web of Conferences
EDP Sciences - Web of Conferences
Referee: Sė: Internazionale
Stato della pubblicazione: Published version
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