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Experimental data from the National Air Surveillance Network of Japan from 1974 to 1996 and from inde-pendent measurements performed simultaneously in the regions of Ljubljana Slovenia, Odessa Ukraine and the Ukrainian -Academician Vernadsky- Antarctic station 64o15W; 65o15S, where the air elemental composition was determined by the standard method of atmospheric particulate matter PM collection on nucleopore filters and subsequent neutron activation analysis, were analyzed. Comparative analysis of dif-ferent pairs of atmospheric PM element concentration data sets, measured in different regions of the Earth, revealed a stable linear on a logarithmic scale correlation, showing a power law increase of every atmos-pheric PM element mass and simultaneously the cause of this increase – fractal nature of atmospheric PM genesis. Within the framework of multifractal geometry we show that the mass volume of atmospheric PM elemental components has a log normal distribution, which on a logarithmic scale with respect to the random variable elemental component mass is identical to normal distribution. This means that the parameters of two-dimensional normal distribution with respect to corresponding atmospheric PM-multifractal elemental components measured in different regions, are a priory connected by equations of direct and inverse linear regression, and the experimental manifestation of this fact is the linear correlation between the concentra-tions of the same elemental components in different sets of experimental atmospheric PM data.

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Atmospheric aerosols, Multifractal, Neutron activation analysis, South Pole, Ukrainian Antarctic station

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V. Rusov, R. Ilic, R. Jacimovic, V. Pavlovich, Y. Bondarchuk, V. Vaschenko, T. Zelentsova, M. Beglaryan, E. Linnik, V. Smolyar, S. Kosenko and A. Gudyma -On the Fractal Mechanism of Interrelation Between the Genesis, Size and Composition of Atmospheric Particulate Matters in Different Regions of the Earth,- Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2011, pp. 120-133. doi: 10.4236-acs.2011.13014.





Autor: Vitaliy D Rusov, Radomir Ilic, Radojko Jacimovic, Vladimir N Pavlovich, Yuriy A Bondarchuk, Vladimir N. Vaschenko, Tatiana N Zele

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