Dimethylsulphide: Oceans, Atmosphere and Climate: Proceedings of the International Symposium held in Belgirate, Italy, 13-15 October 1992

Dimethylsulphide: Oceans, Atmosphere and Climate: Proceedings of the International Symposium held in Belgirate, Italy, 13-15 October 1992

Paperback(Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1993)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789048143252
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 12/07/2010
Series: Air Pollution Research Reports , #43
Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1993
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Production by Marine Phytoplancton.- Production of DMS by Marine Phytoplankton.- Assessment of the Role of Zooplankton in the Cycling of DMSP and DMS in the Water Column during EUMELI-4 (France — JGOFS).- The Cycling of Sulfur in Surface Seawater during PSI-3.- Ecophysiology of Ice Algae (Antarctica): Dimethylsulfoniopropionate Content and Release of Dimethylsulfide during Ice Melt.- Isolation of Marine Dimethylsulfide-Oxidizing Bacteria.- Aspects of the Biogeochemistry of Dimethylsulfide (DMS) and Dimethylsulfopropionate (DMSP) at an Antarctic Coastal Site.- The Production of DMS by a Plankton Community: A Mesocosm Experiment.- A Model of Dimethylsulphide Production during a Phytoplankton Bloom.- Field Measurements.- Dimethylsulfide Field Measurements.- Dimethylsulfide and Aerosol Measurements at Ross Island, Antarctica.- Measurements of Atmospheric and Seawater DMS Concentrations in the Atlantic, the Arctic and Antarctic Region.- Biogenic Sulphur in the Marine Boundary Layer of the Arctic the International Arctic Ocean Expedition, 1991.- Measurement of Dimethylsulfide, Sulfur Dioxide, Methanesulfonic Acid and Non Sea Salt Sulfate at Cape Grim Baseline Station.- Caracterization of Parameters Controlling Atmospheric Concentrations of Biogenic Dimethylsulphide Near a Coastal Algae Field.- Dimethylsulphide Measurements at Baring Head, New Zealand.- The Role of Methanesulphonic Acid in Snow Samples from Terra Nova Bay (Antarctica).- Preliminary Data on DMS Concentration in Seawater Samples Collected from the La Spezia Gulf (Ligurian Sea).- Dimethylsulphide and Other Volatile Organic Sulphur Compounds in Some Neglected Ecosystems: A Study in Evaporitic Environments and in Sulphate-Rich Karstic Lakes.- Stable Sulfur Isotope Ratios: Source Indicators.- Atmospheric Chemistry.- The Atmospheric Oxidation of Dimethylsulfide: Elementary Steps in a Complex Mechanism.- FT-IR Product Study of the Photolysis of CH3SSCH3: Reactions of the CH3S Radical.- Mechanistic Studies of the OH-Initiated Oxidation of Dimethylsulfide.- Overview and Atmospheric Significance of the Results from Laboratory Kinetic Studies Performed within the CEC Project “OCEANO-NOx”.- Field Studies of Atmospheric DMS Chemistry Using Selected Ion Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry.- Kinetic and Mechanistic Study of the Reaction of Atomic Chlorine with Dimethylsulfide.- Production of Peroxy-Radicals in the DMS Oxidation during Night-Time.- Laboratory and Modelling Studies of the Formation of a Stable Intermediate in the Night-Time Oxidation of DMS.- Do Dimethylsulphide Emissions from the North Atlantic Contribute to Rainwater Acidity and the Atmospheric Sulphur Burden in the UK?.- Gas-to-Particle Conversion and CCN Production.- Gas-to-Particle Conversion and CCN Production.- Pacific Marine Aerosol: Equatorial Gradients in Sulfate, Ammonium and Chlorophyll.- Formation and Distrubution of Cloud Condensation Nuclei in the Marine Environment.- Are Dimethylsulfide and Condensation Nuclei Connected over the Tropical Northeastern Atlantic Ocean?.- Cloud Condensation Nuclei from Dimethylsulphide in the Natural Marine Boundary Layer: Remote vs. In-Situ Production.- Equatorial Convection as a Source of Tropospheric Nuclei over the Remote Pacific.- Relationship between DMS-Derived Particulate Mass, Particle Surface Area, and CN and CCN Number Concentrations.- Global Modelling and Climatic Implications.- Atmospheric Concentration of DMS and Its Oxidation Products Estimated in a Global 3-D Model.- Recent Field Studies of Sulfur Gases; Particles and Clouds in Clean Marine Air and Their Significance with Respect to the DMS-Cloud-Climate Hypothesis.- Modelling of the Sulphur Cycle. From DMS to Cloud Particles.- Model Study of the Ratio between Methanesulphonic Acid (MSA) and Non Sea Salt-Sulphate in Coastal Air.- A Physical Receptor Model Applied to Aerosol Data from Northeastern Greenland.- Recognition and Inventory of Oceanic Clouds from Satellite Data Using an Artificial Neural Network Technique.

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