Isotopes and atmospheric sulphur

  • McArdle N
  • Liss P
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A combination of complementary approaches, dealing with the natural and the man-made sulphur sources respectively, is employed to show the power of the isotopic method to distinguish quantitatively between atmospheric sulphur sources. At two remote European sites we found that ∼15-20% of the sampled aerosol sulphur was biogenic in origin rising to ∼30% in spring and summer. © 1995.

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  • Atmospheric sulphur
  • dimethylsulphide
  • sulphur isotopes

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