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3. Air to Soil (D13) A similar approach is adopted as for air-to-water transfer. Four processes are considered with rain dissolution (DRS) and wet and dry deposition (DQS) being treated identically except that the area term is now the air-soil area AS. For diffusion, the approach of Jury et al. (1983, 1984a,b,c) is used as described by Mackay and Stiver (1991) and Mackay (1991) in which three diffusive processes are treated. The air boundary layer is characterized by a mass transfer coefficient kS or U7 of 5 m/h, equal to that of the air-water mass transfer coefficient kA used in D12.
In some cases the value has been calculated. The abbreviations are generally self-explanatory and usually include two entries, the method of equilibration followed by the method of determination. From these values a single value is selected for inclusion in the summary data table. Vapor pressures and octanol-water partition coefficients are selected similarly. The reader is advised to consult the original reference when using these values of bioconcentration factors (BCF), bioaccumulation factors (BAF), KOC and KOM, to ensure that conditions are as close as possible to those of specific interest.
There is a slight difference between these approaches because in the advection approach (which is used here) there is burial of water as well as solids. 8. 5U3 or 5 × 10–5 m/h. , 10–8 m/h. 1 mm per year. 1 cm per year, which is about a factor of four less than the deposition rate to sediments. The implication is that most of this deposition is of naturally generated organic carbon and from sources such as bank erosion. 8. 9. From the four fugacities, the concentration, amounts and rates of all transport and transformation processes can be deduced, yielding a complete mass balance.