By Donald J. Wuebbles, Guy P. Brasseur (auth.), Guy P. Brasseur, Ronald G. Prinn, Alexander A. P. Pszenny (eds.)
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7 Background: Emissions and Deposition Biogenic emissions from and deposition to vegetation and soils occur in a more or less continuous way over the year with the magnitude of the exchange controlled by a complex interaction of biotic and abiotic factors. On the other hand, biomass burning releases large amounts of emissions in pulses varying in frequency depending on the geographic location, the biome, and the management. The natural biogenic aerosol comprises many different types of particles, including pollen, spores, bacteria, algae, protozoa, fungi, fragments of leaves and insects , and excrement.
Enhancing CH. emissions. Breed ing of new rice cultivars will be the most effective strategy for dealing with this issue (Milich 1999). However, enh anced temperatures are likely to limit the potential increases. 2000). Inversion methods tend to favour the upper half of this range and both inverse estimates and processmodel estimates now suggest that tropical emissions dominate over those at higher latitudes. The best determined biogenic source of CH4, based on the consistency of different estimates, is that from ruminant animals.
VOCs show a pogenic CO emissions for 1990 are shown in Fig. 5. g. g, methanol) (Atkinson and Arey 1998). 2 The Nitrogen Family of Gases: Many are emitted at very low rates, and in some cases Ammonia (NH3), N20, and NO are offset by plant uptake, thus having a negligibleimpact on atmospheric chemistry; others impact ozone produc- Despite its importance for particle formation and clition (see Chap. 3), aerosol production (see Chap. 4), and mate, relatively little effort has been spent on unthe global CO budget.
Atmospheric Chemistry in a Changing World: An Integration and Synthesis of a Decade of Tropospheric Chemistry Research by Donald J. Wuebbles, Guy P. Brasseur (auth.), Guy P. Brasseur, Ronald G. Prinn, Alexander A. P. Pszenny (eds.)