Linking ammonia emission trends to measured concentrations and deposition of reduced nitrogen at different scales

Albert Bleeker, Mark A. Sutton, Beat Acherman, Ana Alebic-Juretic, Viney P. Aneja, Thomas Ellermann, Jan Willem Erisman, David Fowler, Hilde Fagerli, Thomas Gauger, K. S. Harlen, Lars Robert Hole, L. Horváth, Marta Mitosinkova, Ron I. Smith, Y. Sim Tang, Addo Van Pul

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Abstract

This document builds on the Bern Background Document (Sutton et al. 2003), which was used to facilitate the discussion about following emission trends by means of measurement data at the UN/ECE Ammonia Expert Group meeting in Bern (Switzerland) in 2000. It is now 6 years since the Bern Workshop and major new datasets on European NH3 and NH4 + monitoring and their relationship to estimated NH3 emissions have become available for the following countries: UK, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland, Denmark, the Netherlands, North Carolina, Slovak Republic, Norway and Croatia. Based on these datasets our current scientific understanding about the different issues is updated. In particular, input will be given to questions like: is there still an Ammonia Gap in the Netherlands, does such a gap exist in other countries, can we be confident of the effectiveness of ammonia mitigation policies and how can we best address the relationships between emission and deposition using atmospheric modelling and improved monitoring activities.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAtmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Pages123-180
Number of pages58
ISBN (Print)9781402091209
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Bleeker, A., Sutton, M. A., Acherman, B., Alebic-Juretic, A., Aneja, V. P., Ellermann, T., ... Van Pul, A. (2009). Linking ammonia emission trends to measured concentrations and deposition of reduced nitrogen at different scales. In Atmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts (pp. 123-180). Springer Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9121-6_11

Linking ammonia emission trends to measured concentrations and deposition of reduced nitrogen at different scales. / Bleeker, Albert; Sutton, Mark A.; Acherman, Beat; Alebic-Juretic, Ana; Aneja, Viney P.; Ellermann, Thomas; Erisman, Jan Willem; Fowler, David; Fagerli, Hilde; Gauger, Thomas; Harlen, K. S.; Hole, Lars Robert; Horváth, L.; Mitosinkova, Marta; Smith, Ron I.; Tang, Y. Sim; Van Pul, Addo.

Atmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts. Springer Netherlands, 2009. p. 123-180.

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Bleeker, A, Sutton, MA, Acherman, B, Alebic-Juretic, A, Aneja, VP, Ellermann, T, Erisman, JW, Fowler, D, Fagerli, H, Gauger, T, Harlen, KS, Hole, LR, Horváth, L, Mitosinkova, M, Smith, RI, Tang, YS & Van Pul, A 2009, Linking ammonia emission trends to measured concentrations and deposition of reduced nitrogen at different scales. in Atmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts. Springer Netherlands, pp. 123-180. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9121-6_11
Bleeker A, Sutton MA, Acherman B, Alebic-Juretic A, Aneja VP, Ellermann T et al. Linking ammonia emission trends to measured concentrations and deposition of reduced nitrogen at different scales. In Atmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts. Springer Netherlands. 2009. p. 123-180 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9121-6_11
Bleeker, Albert ; Sutton, Mark A. ; Acherman, Beat ; Alebic-Juretic, Ana ; Aneja, Viney P. ; Ellermann, Thomas ; Erisman, Jan Willem ; Fowler, David ; Fagerli, Hilde ; Gauger, Thomas ; Harlen, K. S. ; Hole, Lars Robert ; Horváth, L. ; Mitosinkova, Marta ; Smith, Ron I. ; Tang, Y. Sim ; Van Pul, Addo. / Linking ammonia emission trends to measured concentrations and deposition of reduced nitrogen at different scales. Atmospheric Ammonia: Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts. Springer Netherlands, 2009. pp. 123-180
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