CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF RAIN WATER OVER BHUBANESWAR, ORISSA
Keywords:Aerosol, Anthropogenic sources, Sea salt nuclei, Marine origin, Solute load
Mon soon ram water over Bhubaneswar were collected and analysed during 198&. 1989 and 1991
for CO}. HeO, . a . 50,.<NO}. Na. K Ca. Me. SiD: . EC and pH. The data shows that the chemical composition of
rain water is sready affected by meteorological cond itions. «r. intens ity, quantity and interva l between successive
showers and al.so on wind velocity. II was round that with some exceprlon the ini tial showers are eenerally more
sa lin e th an the subsequent o nes. the rati os between variou s co nstituents varyquite irregularly,Thesourcesofvarious
constituents have bee n discussed and th e amount of various ptant nutrients though sm all in relation 10 overall
requirem ent s of pla nu brought down by r-ain have been ca lcu lated in kg/hec.
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