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Organic analysis of aerosols in Seville atmosphere

AuthorsReyes Trujeque, J.; Hermosín, Bernardo ; Sáiz-Jiménez, Cesáreo
Issue Date2004
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationAir pollution and cultural heritage: 15-20 (2004)
AbstractFor more than five decades, exhaust emissions from gasoline-and diesel-powered vehicles contributed to the deterioration of the cathedral of Seville, particulary of stone and terracotta statues from the three western façade portals. This is due to the location of the main façade in a narrow street with intense traffic. A study on the organic composition of aerosols sampled at different periods of the year, under distinct traffic regimes, is presented. A strong correspondence between the lipids present in the cathedral black crusts and those of collected from urban aerosols was found.
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