Measurements and Modelling of Ozone Deposition to Wet Foliage View Full Text


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DATE

1994

AUTHORS

J D Fuentes , G den Hartog , H H Neumann , T J Gillespie

ABSTRACT

In humid regions, foliage can remain wet for up to 50% of the time during the growing season. Foliage surface wetness, caused by either condensation or rain, can alter the ability of vegetation to remove gaseous pollutants from the lower atmosphere. The chemistry of the solution that eventually develops while leaves remain wet can potentially modify the properties of leaf cuticles. Data from controlled and field experiments will be presented to demonstrate that significant amounts of ozone can be deposited onto wet plant leaves. Depending on plant species, foliage wetness can enhance ozone deposition. The enhanced ozone deposition while leaves remain wet is primarily controlled by the chemistry of the solution resting on leaves. The increases in ozone deposition are measured when foliage is wet with either rain or dew water. Waxy leaves experience only small ozone deposition while wet with either dew or rain water. A one-dimensional model is used to investigate the contribution of dew to ozone deposition to a deciduous forest canopy. The model is based on the tenet that the deposition can be determined from the ratio of the chemical concentration gradient and the sum of physical, chemical, and biological resistances to the diffusion along the source-to-sink pathway. The model is tested to include periods when the forest is either wet with dew or free of foliage wetness. Information from controlled experiments, concerning ozone deposition to wet foliage, is incorporated in the model to determine ozone deposition velocities when the forest canopy remains wet with dew. Modelled and measured ozone deposition onto the forest canopy compare reasonably well. More... »

PAGES

239-253

Book

TITLE

Air Pollutants and the Leaf Cuticle

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978-3-642-79083-6
978-3-642-79081-2

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