This project is now part of the project: Acidifying and Eutrophifying Substances in Air and Precipitation
National Environmental Monitoring Programme. National Environmental Monitoring Programme. The PMK Network is part of the national network for deposition measurements. The aim is (i) a long-term monitoring of concentration and deposition of selected air transported compounds caused acidification and eutrophication in different parts of Sweden; (ii) to generate knowledge about long-term variation in the field deposition, (iii) to give the background data from low polluted areas for calculation of pollutants deposition in more polluted areas the monitoring of pollutants in air and precipitations are proceed. Ozon and air samples for analysis of sulphur and nitrogen compounds, HCl as well as basic metal ions (Na, K, Ca, Mg, are taken on a monthly basis in air and precipitation. Ozone, as well as sulphur and the nitrogen compound particles are measured in air, and sulphur and nitrogen compounds, base cations, pH and electro-conductivity in precipitation.
Swedish Environmental Research Institute (IVL) Box 47086 402 58 Göteborg Sweden and also Annika Svensson Tel. +46 (0) 31 725 62 47 email@example.com
Jonas Rodhe, Swedish Environmental Protection Agency S-106 48 Stockholm, Sweden phone: +4610 6981307 e-mail: Jonas.Rodhe@naturvardsverket.se, Nicklas Ricklund firstname.lastname@example.org Annika Svensson Swedish Environmental Research Institute (IVL) Tel. +4631 725 6247 email@example.com
Eutrophication, Contamination, Ammonium, Conductivity, Calcium, Ca, Chlorine, Cl, K, Nitrogen dioxiner; Magnesium, Mg, Natrium, Na, SO4, NO3, NH4, Nitrat, Sulphur, Sulphat, Ozon, pH, Potassium.
The stations in the AMAP area: Abisko (X: 7588000, Y:1634000), Ammarnäs (X: 7319000, Y: 1514000), Esrange (7541000, Y: 1721000), Pålkem (7379000, Y: 1760000), Reivo (X: 7303000, Y:1646000), Rickleå (7119000, Y: 1751000), and Bredkälen (X: 7082000, Y: 1476907), Sandnäset (X: 7078000, Y: 1334000). Precipitation measurements are carried out at all the stations, air measurements in Pålkem and Rickleå stations.
Swedish Environmental Research Institute (IVL) Box 47086, 402 58 Göteborg, Sweden www.ivl.se Results from the Swedish Precipitation Chemistry network are published annually in Swedish, together with the monitoring results from the Swedish EMEP-stations. A selection of results are availible online: Swedish Environmental Research Institute (IVL) websities: (www3.ivl.se/miljo/) and (www3.ivl.se/miljo/db/IVL_luft_registersida.htm); also on Swedish EPA website: (www.naturvardsverket.se/sv/Tillstandet-i-miljon/Miljoovervakning/Miljoovervakningsdata/), and on Swedish Environmental Monitoring North of 60oN website (http://monitoringn60.slu.se/); as well as on: European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (EMEP) website (www.emep.int/),European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET)(http://eionet.europa.eu/). For more information contact Karin Kindbom at IVL Göteborg, tel +4631 725 62 00. More data can be requested by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rapportering are available on websities: Swedish Environmental Research Institute (IVL), published annually in Swedish: (www.ivl.se/english/ivlstartpage/topmenu/reportspublications/downloadreport.4.360a0d56117c51a2d30800063742.html), and (www3.ivl.se/miljo), Swedish EPA website (www.naturvardsverket.se/sv/Tillstandet-i-miljon/Miljoovervakning/Rapporter-och-nyhetsbrev/Rapporter--Luft/); Swedish Environmental Monitoring North of 60oN: (http://monitoringn60.slu.se/), European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (EMEP) (http://emep.int/index.html), and on European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET) website: (http://eionet.europa.eu/). For more information contact email@example.com
All analyses are performed at the accredited laboratory at IVL according to EMEPs recommendation. All analyses are performed at the accredited laboratory at IVL according to EMEPs recommendation. Air chemistry sampling are proceed with diffusion sampler, precipitation chemistry and metals in precipitation are determined with open sampler method. The programme includes weekly sampling of sulphur- and nitrogen compounds and HCl,as well as metals (Na, K, Ca; Mg) in air. Hourly registraion of ozone levels and sampling of precipitation for analysis of major inorganic components on a weekly basis are proceed. See also (www.itm.su.se/reflab/) and (www.naturvardsverket.se/upload/02_tillstandet_i_miljon/Miljoovervakning/programomraden/luft/Kval-dek%20Luft_%20nederbordskemi_inom_EMEP.pdf).
The data are reported to EU (CLRTAP)and European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (EMEP); Swedish EPA; European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET)
The precipitation chemistry network consists of approximately 25 stations in rural areas throughout the country (of these 8 stations are at present within or very close to the AMAP area). Monthly sampling of precipitation for analysis of major inorganic compounds is performed at all of the stations. Monitoring of substances in precipitation have proceeded since 1983 and in air since 1994 at monitoring stations across the country. There are currently sixteen monitoring sites for precipitation and eight for air. Measurements have previously been made at a further ten stations (including the stations in the AMAP-area).