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Specific Features of Transport and Transformation of Atmospheric Aerosol and Gas Admixtures in the Coastal Zone of Lake Baikal

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Abstract

Diurnal dynamics of atmospheric gases and the meteorological characteristics of the atmosphere at different altitudes on the southeastern coast of Lake Baikal are experimentally studied. The measurements were performed at the Boyarsky stationary site (51.84° N, 106.06° E) in July–August 2015–2016. Simultaneously, lidar measurements were carried out to study the formation of the vertical structure of aerosol fields both under natural (background) conditions and in the presence of sources of smoke from forest fires.

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This work was supported in part by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (grant no. 17-29-05044_ofi).

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Zayakhanov, A.S., Zhamsueva, G.S., Tsydypov, V.V. et al. Specific Features of Transport and Transformation of Atmospheric Aerosol and Gas Admixtures in the Coastal Zone of Lake Baikal. Atmos Ocean Opt 32, 158–164 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1024856019020192

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Keywords:

  • Lake Baikal
  • tropospheric ozone
  • nitrogen oxides
  • aerosol
  • lidar
  • meteorological parameters