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The Sources of Atmospheric Particulate Matter Pollution in a Water Head Site of Beijing in Winter Months TEXT SIZE: A A A
11 atmospheric particulate matter sampling sites was created around Miyun reservoir to analyze the mineral composition, element concentration and sources of atmospheric particulate matter pollution by using ICP-MS and XRD analysis. The results show that there are many iron minerals and some unweathered minerals which come from the iron ore yard in the northern mountainous area of Miyun in atmospheric particulate matter. In the eastern and southern of Miyun reservoir, the pollutions of Cr, Ni, Co is clearly, the Annual deposition fluxes of them are respectively 417.04g/hm(2). a. 165.90 g/hm(2). a. 52.19 g/hm(2). a, which are much higher than the average of Miyun. Comparing with the upwind and downwind in winter months, the element concentration and mineral composition have a great many of differences between the south-eastern and the north-western, which is caused by the Miyun reservoir. The conclusion was that the atmospheric particulate matter pollutions caused by mining activities and anthropogenic influence of is from Surrounding areas and northern mountainous areas, which is useful to control and reduce the pollution of heavy metals in Miyun reservoir.

Publication name

 Book Series: AER-Advances in Engineering Research
 Volume: 76, Pages: 348-358, Published: 2016


 Conference: International Conference on Advances in Energy, Environment and Chemical Science (AEECS)
 Location: Changsha, PEOPLES R CHINA
 Date: APR 23-24, 2016


 Guo Xinyue; Ji Hongbing; Li Cai; Gao Yang
 Edited by: Fenollosa E; Wang Z; Liang B

Corresponding author(s) 

 JI Hongbing 
 -Univ Sci & Technol Beijing, Civil & Environm & Engn Sch, Beijing 100083, Peoples R China
 -Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Geochem, State Key Lab Environm Geochem, Guiyang 55002, Peoples R China 

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