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Google previewEnvironmental Pollution (2005)

by S.M. Shafi

aerosols is that they are extremely light so that they can keep afloat almost permanently and they do not settle down under influence of gravity. On the other hand, dust particles are heavier and as such they settle down rather quickly before ...

Google previewLand-Use and Land-Cover Changes (2011)

Impact on Climate and Air Quality by Nicole Mölders

The fate of organic atmospheric carbon and its oxidation products and/or transformation to aerosols is a hot research topic.

Google previewMarine Mammals: Fisheries, Tourism and Management Issues (2003)

Fisheries, Tourism and Management Issues by Nicholas Gales, Mark Hindell, Roger Kirkwood

aerosols is a major problem (Tanabe et al. 1994; Thompson 1990) that needs to be managed at a global scale. Boat strikes Hector's dolphins are boat positive and often bowride on boats travelling at around ten knots or less; they tend to ...

Google previewChemistry: The Molecular Science (2010)

by John Moore, Conrad Stanitski, Peter Jurs

People with chronic respiratory difficulties such as bronchitis or asthma tend to be much more sensitive to SO2, Particle Size and Visibility A common feature of all aerosols is that they decrease visibility. This problem can be observed in a city ...

Google previewImmunomic Discovery of Adjuvants and Candidate Subunit Vaccines (2012)

by Darren R. Flower, Yvonne Perrie

Pulmonary delivery using powder vaccine aerosols is an approach to immunization that offers advantages over the use of injection in terms of both delivery technology and vaccine formulation. Powder vaccines for needle-free delivery have ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change, Second Edition (2012)

by S. George Philander

Aerosols are solid or liquid particles that are small enough to remain suspended in the atmosphere for hours to days. They are created by both natural and human -caused processes, and are either directly emitted from sources or are formed in ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change (2008)

by S. George Philander

Aerosols Are solid or liquid particles that are small enough to remain suspended in the atmosphere for hours to days. They are created by both natural and human -caused processes, and are either directly emitted from sources or are formed in ...

Google previewDictionary of Global Climate Change (2012)

by W.J. Maunder

aerosols, global distribution of Advisory Group on Greenhouse Gases ( AGGG) The Advisory Group on Greenhouse Gases (AGGG) was established in 1986, jointly by WMO, UNEP, and ICSU, to ensure adequate follow-up to the ...

Google previewEnvironment : Problems And Policies : (encyclopaedia Of Environment), (2005)

by K.R. Gupta

Aerosols are such particles which are very small and so light that turbulence of air keeps them afloat almost permanently. Smokes derived from combustion of organic matter, coal, petroleum and natural gas, forest fires, volcanic emissions, etc., ...

Google previewThe Environment Dictionary (2002)

by David Kemp

AEROSOLS 12 from the atmosphere during respiration are aerobic organisms. See also Anaerobic. AEROSOLS Finely divided solid or liquid particles dispersed in the atmosphere. They include dust, soot, salt crystals, pollen grains, spores, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology (2000)

Volume 20 - Supplement 3 by James Swarbrick, James C. Boylan

Introduction Inhalation aerosols have been successfully used to deliver drugs to the lung for local and systemic therapeutic effects. In vivo evaluation of pharmaceutical inhalation products is achieved by gamma scintigraphic imaging of the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Environmetrics (2002)

by Abdel H. El-Shaarawi, Walter W. Piegorsch

Immiscible aerosols (b) Figure 2 Various box models for heavy-gas dispersion: (a). Figure 1 Density difference of a two-phase mixture of ammonia and humid air as a function of concentration as ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of World Climatology (2005)

by John E. Oliver

Cross-references Aerosols Air Pollution Climatology Atmospheric Nuclei and Dust Climatic Hazards Precipitation Large-scale atmospheric motions are approximately adia- batic, and clouds and snow or rain associated with them are primarily ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Environmental Change (2013)

Three Volume Set by John A Matthews

aerosols Small particles and liquid droplets suspended in a gaseous medium, such as the ATMOSPHERE, where they may be primary or secondary.

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Scrabble value of A1E1R1O1S1O1L1S1

The value of this 8-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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