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The purpose and scope of the publication of the J. of Atmosphere and Ocean Environment is to fully demonstrate the research results of the international atmosphere and ocean sciences, strengthen international academic exchanges and explorations, and promote the development of international atmospheric and marine sciences, for the global scientific development and economy. The construction of services; the publication guidelines are: based on the international, to promote innovation, the pursuit of quality; task is: to report the latest scientific achievements of the global atmospheric and marine science.

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  Vol 5 , No 1 (Published)

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by Hongwen Liu
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under lab conditions , studied the atmosphere CO2 effect of elevated concentrations on the filtration function of the lowest-equal multicellular animal sponge . in mock atmosphere CO2 Elevated concentrations of ecosystems , review CO2 concentration for 387, , 750, 1000 mg/l under the environment , Lush film Sponge Hy-meniacidonperlevis Stop sterilization of total organic carbon in seawater ( TOC) Capabilities . results show : in impersonation CO 2 concentration is 387 , ,

750, 1000 mg/l under the condition of , Lush film sponge in H Clear seawater inside TOC The efficiency of IS 8% ,67.6% , 50.0% and 15.4%, in the 24h to TOC The average drag retention rate for is (1.90±0.20 , ( 2.13±0.06 , ( 1.69±0.08 , ( 0.43± 0.11 mgkh-g Sponge ), The average purge rate is ( 0.025±0.002 , ( 0.033±0.001 , ( 0.019±0.001 , ( 0.004±

0.001 mlkh.g sponge ), See , Atmosphere CO2 concentration from approximately 387 mg/l elevated to mg/l , promotes lush film sponges prevent seawater from being in the sea TOC Ability , When the concentration is elevated to 750 mg/l , suppresses the lush membrane sponge to stay TOC Capabilities , When the concentration is further elevation to 1000 mg/l , The causes the lush membrane sponge to almost lose its resistance to the seawater. TOC Capabilities . This study can be used for atmospheric 匚 ㊀: concentration The elevation of the effect of the sponge filtration function of intertidal zone and its possible ecological problems in nearshore waters .

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by Jiusong Li
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Multi-mode dynamic visualization of ocean and atmospheric data , This system uses the VC ++ and CG Coloring language development , Renderengine based on OpenGL Three-dimensional graphics standard . presents a series of pattern analysis methods for ocean and atmospheric data , including : probe work can , line mode , face mode , Body Mode , vector mode and dynamic time series analysis, and so on , enables the conversion of large amounts of multidimensional ocean atmosphere data to for three-dimensional or dynamically evolving images , Complete user interaction at the same time . and apply visualization technology to long time series Ocean atmosphere Data , represents the dynamic process of oceanic atmospheric data through real-time, dynamic visualization of images . results show , This system enables multimodal dynamic visualization of common ocean and atmospheric data .
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by Huan-huan Hu
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objective Based on electrochemical noise technology, corrosion behavior Monitoring system of Q235 carbon steel is con Structed to monitor the corrosion process of Q235 carbon steel in the marine atmosphere. Methods the electrochemical noise data collected was analyzed by Time-domain spectrogram and frequency domain spectrogram. Results in the stage of 0.5 h-2.0 H (Sunny), the current noise amplitude was s Mall; The Time-domain spectra appeared a few transient peaks; White noise didn ' t appear on frequency spectra; The electrode was in passivation; From H to 47.5 h (rainy), the current fluctuated and the noise spectra appeared a large of transient; The slope of the PSD declined fast; The electrode surface was eroded; The electrode was in the steady pitting corrosion period. conclusion the monitoring system could continuously monitor corrosion Behaviors of Q235 carbon steel in the marine atmosphere.
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by An-jiang GAO
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With many advantages of light weight, high specific st^rength ,corrosion resistance ,easyprocessing , recyc^^ing and so on, the aluminum alloy is widely applied in the field of ocean. Under the atmospheric environment of the South Sea

and affected by its climatic characteristics, the corrosion types of aluminum alloy is in accordance with the EV Olution of pitting corrosion intergranular corrosion and exfoliation corrosion. Based on the study of corrosion mechanic and phenomena of aluminum alloy,thecorrosion ty PES and protective measures of aluminum alloys applied in the marine atmospheric-environment of the South Sea are Ed in this paper.
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by Shi-feng KANG
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The paper analyzed effects of of Ocean Radio Environment on Radar, communication, navigation and ECM, discussed composition and function of Radioenvironment assurance system For information-based equipment over Sea proposed and technological Approaches and Methods .
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by lingji Shan
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with the rapid development of industrialization and new urbanization in China , Resource and environment issues for constraints and restrictive effects of economic development the benefits are highlighted , the Air pollution problem is the first . and Jing-Jin-ji The area is one of the most polluted areas in our country . in order to control the air pollution in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province as a whole Comprehensive performance evaluation , with environmental resource management PSR Model builds the air pollution control in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region Multicolored Effectiveness Evaluation indicator system , and combines the principal component analysis ( PCA ) to Jing-Jin-ji area City 2013-2015 An empirical analysis of air pollution control multicolored effect in the year .
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by Zedong Liu
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Universal Earth System mode ( cesm ) is the newly launched Earth system coupling mode of the National Center for Atmospheric Research , on Solutionno climate ( Earth ) The new challenges and issues involved in system modeling are of great help . first describes cesm mode knot Framework and important updates for the latest version ; and then combine specific instances of application and experience , focuses on how to make the high performance meter on-machine porting mode and reasonable CPU configuration , and compare the pros and cons of different configurations , To determine the mode best negative load balancing and optimal efficiency , The has great help with the use of schema new users ; The finally sets a series of stability tests on the pattern and validation , results show better stability for schemas , can be numerically simulated and scientific research . Summary of the Earth System coupling mode development , and gives some suggestions for the problems that exist in pattern development .
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by yuan Shi
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determine the local sea - The characteristics of the gas interaction to the sea - What type of is applied in the gas-coupled mode Forces Impersonation has important guidance action . This article is based on the correlation between sea surface heat flux anomaly and sea surface temperature anomaly and sea surface temperature variability , To the global ocean season inner scale sea - A comprehensive analysis of the characteristics of gas interaction . results show :(1) South ,Northern Hemisphere subtropical region sea - gas interaction The characteristics of the are mainly manifested by the atmospheric forcing of the Ocean , and in summer ( Northern Hemisphere : 6- 8 Month , The Southern hemisphere is - The following year 2 Month ) To Force with the widest range , Winter forced range minimum ;(2) equator , East Pacific and Equatorial Atlantic region Sea - gas Interaction special Levy for the entire year the ocean is forced on the atmosphere , Indian Ocean Somalia Coast , Arabian Sea and Bengal, B. Of area only 6- 8 Monthly Performance the phenomenon of forcing the atmosphere out of the ocean , and Bengal,B. Of 9 One one Month performance for atmospheric forcing Ocean ; (3)\°n(S ) above high latitudes The anomaly and variability of the regional sea surface temperature cannot be explained by the exchange of local geothermal fluxes. , This is because the sea surface temperature changes in the area are mainly from the advection and other ocean internal power process decisions , therefore sea - The interaction between the gas and the seasonal scale is not obvious . in certain seaareas , season internal scale sea - The relationship between gas interaction and the time scale above the season may be significantly different from .

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by Fa-jin Chen
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The nutrients in atmospheric wet deposition to Zhanjiang Bay and their on the impacts marine E studied based on the rainwater investigation from May 2015 to April 2016. The results showed the rainfall during the year of investigation was significantly higher the than the average annual Rai Nfall due to the influence of El Nino. In rainwater, NOand SiO 3 2 concentrations were relatively high in summer and autumn, while NO B20>3 and PO4concentrations were Relatively high in spring and winter. The deposition fluxes of these nutrients were all highest in autumn, with a high average contribution (larger than 50%) to The wet deposition fluxes in a whole year. These seasonal variations were affected by rainfall, different sources to air masses, local human activities. A Super typhoon passing by in autumn, which brought heavy rains, contributed more to the highest deposition fluxes of Nutr Ients in autumn. The wet deposition could bring 2.04, 292.4, 8.13 and 45.8t/a of NO2-<b113 >-N, NO3-N, PO43- - p and SiO32--si into the Zhanjiang Bay. Their deposition in autumn might cause phytoplankton to increase in seawater in short period Phenomenon might be absent.

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by Chijian Wei
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I During th Chinese National Antarctic Expedition ( ( chianre), individual particle samples were collected from South-to-Antarctic during L 2013. A transmission electron microscopy with energy-dispersive X-ay spectrometry (tem-eds) is employed to analyze the Morpholo GY, mixing state, composition, and relative abundances of individual aerosol. Atmospheric particles were classified into four types:sea salt, mineral, s ' ich and C-ich. Sea salt Aerosols (SSA) were dominant in marine particles from South to Antarctic, and they were further into three Sub-types:fresh SSA, partially aged SSA, and fully SSA. Partially and fully aged SSA accounted for 86% The total SSA number. Interestingly, surface of partially aged SSA and fully aged SSAcontained abundant rod-iike Na2</b20 >S 0 4. Mineral dust particles increased in the coastal areas, which were by influenced air. In addition, we found this s-ich particles were abundant at two sampling sites (the Middle Eastern of Indian Ocean and Ant Arctic inland). The back trajectories of air masses indicated that this s-ich particles were mainly formed via the oxidation of dimethyl Sulfide (DMS) emitted from the marine phytoplanktons. Our study suggests this SSA aging process in the South hemisphere atmosphere was controlled by the DMS which is differ ENT from the SSA aging under the influence of anthropogenic pollutants in the North hemisphere.

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Main columns: environmental geology, methods and applications, express reports, and academic discussions.

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3. the topics involved in the paper such as the author's country special funds or research projects, should be noted in the article below the text.

 

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Analyzing roadside dust to identify potential health concerns

Everyone knows that cars contribute to air pollution. And when most people consider the source, exhaust is usually what comes to mind.

However, new research led by the University of Pennsylvania's Reto Gieré, working with collaborators across the world, is helping to illuminate another significant culprit when it comes to traffic-related air pollution: Tiny bits of tires, brake pads, and road materials that become suspended in the air when vehicles pass over.

"More and more I've noticed that we don't know enough about what is on our roads," says Gieré, professor and chair of Penn's Department of Earth and Environmental Science in the School of Arts and Sciences. "If you have lots of traffic, cars, and trucks driving by, they re-suspend the dust on the roads into the atmosphere, and then it becomes breathable. To understand the potential health implications of these dust particles, it's really important to understand what's on the road."

Posted: 2018-09-12

Nearly two million acres on fire in the United States

The West Coast of the United States is shrouded in smoke from the 110 large fires (this does not include smaller fires within each complex of fires) that have erupted across the region during this fire season.

Over 1.9 million acres are or have been ablaze. Six new large fires were reported in Idaho, Nevada and Oregon over the weekend and eight large fires have been contained including the Ferguson Fire near Yosemite National Park in California.

The weather concerns in the area include warmer than average temperatures that will continue in the west with diurnal winds and marginal overnight humidity recoveries. Isolated storms will be ……

Posted: 2018-09-12

Ocean's heat cycle shows that atmospheric carbon may be headed elsewhere

As humans continue to pump the atmosphere with carbon, it's crucial for scientists to understand how and where the planet absorbs and naturally emits carbon.

A recent study in the journal Nature Geosciences examined the  and suggests that existing studies may have misgauged how carbon is distributed around the world, particularly between the northern and southern hemispheres. The results could change projections of how, when and where the currently massive levels of atmospheric carbon will result in environmental changes such as ocean acidification.

By reexamining ocean circulations and considering the carbon-moving power of rivers, the study's authors suggest that as much as 40 percent of the world's atmospheric carbon absorbed by land needs to be reallocated from existing estimates. In particular, the Southern Ocean encircling Antarctica and forests in the northern —while still substantial absorbers or "sinks" of carbon —may not take up as much as scientists have figured.

"The carbon story we got is more consistent with what people have observed on the ground," said first author Laure Resplandy, an assistant professor of geosciences and the Princeton Environmental Institute.



Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-06-ocean-atmospheric-carbon.html#jCp
Posted: 2018-09-12