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Toba, Yoshiaki (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Results of the preceding two parts of this series of articles, concerning the rate of production of giant particles at the sea surface and the manner in which they are distributed in the atmosphere, have been applied to marine climatic data to obtain estimated maps of the average distribution of giant sea-salt particles at the surface and at the 1-km level over the world ocean for the four seasons. The production rate and the number concentration, at the sea surface, of the particles of various class intervals of salt mass, and the number concentration at the 10-m and 2-km levels, are related to the above-mentioned maps.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1966.tb01450.x
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    • TOBA,Y., 1965, On the giant sea-salt particles in the atmosphere. I. General features of the distribution. Tellua, 17, pp. 131-145.
    • TOBA,Y., 1966, On the giant sea-salt particles in the atmoshpere. 11. Theory of the vertical distribution in the 10-mlayer over the ocean. Tellus, 17, pp. 365-382.
    • U.S. NAVY,1955-1959, Marine Climatic A t h of the World, Vols. I-V, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office.
    • WOODCOCKA,. H., 1953, Salt nuclei in marine air aa a function of altitude and wind force. J . Met., 10, pp. 362-371.
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