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Title: Temporal and vertical variations of atmospheric electrical conductivity related to radon and its progeny concentrations at Mysore
Authors: Ragini, N
Shashikumar, T S
Chandrashekara, M S
Sannappa, J
Paramesh, L
Keywords: Radioactive aerosol;Ion production;Gerdien condenser
Issue Date: Aug-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Atmospheric electrical conductivity, radon and its progeny concentrations are measured simultaneously at Mysore city (12° 18′′N, 76° 36′′E and 767 m above mean sea level), India. The concentrations of radon and its progeny are higher during nighttime compared to the daytime attaining maximum in the early morning (0400-0700 hrs IST). The electrical conductivity of the atmosphere also shows similar variations. The vertical variation shows a decrease of conductivity with increase in height. The weekly variations in conductivity show a higher value on Sundays compare to other weekdays. These results are discussed in terms of ionization rate due to radioactivity and meteorological parameters.
Page(s): 264-271
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2480
ISSN: 0367-8393
Appears in Collections:IJRSP Vol.37(4) [August 2008]

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