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Impact On Oceanic Atmosphere Due To Long-range Transportation Of Pollution | 9511
ISSN: 2155-9910

Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Impact on oceanic atmosphere due to long-range transportation of pollution

International Conference on Oceanography & Natural Disasters

R.P. Aryal

Accepted Abstracts: J Marine Sci Res Dev

DOI: 10.4172/2155-9910.S1.004

The Oceanic pollution can be accounted from variety of sources. The transportation of natural as well as anthropogenic pollutants is among the major sources of pollutants that can be found in the atmosphere over the Ocean. Pollutants originated from the land far way from the Ocean transport to the ocean via rivers and through the airs. In this work I will present chemical concentration, interaction of micro particles with solar radiation, and relationship between solar interaction and chemical concentration over the western Atlantic Ocean at Bermuda. The results also show that high concentration of non-sea salt sulfate, ammonium, nitrate were observed in sub micron particles and calculated correlation with the acidic rain over the Ocean. The sources of particle transportation are analyzed based on the air mass trajectory.
Dr. Rudra Aryal completed his Ph.D. from University of Miami, Florida. He has presented his research findings related on Aerosol particles, optical properties, and concentration at surface and column level at many national and international level conferences. His findings are published in many online resources. Now he is working as a faculty at Natural Science Department at Miami Dade College and involving in teaching and research activities.