Vol. 18, issue 05-06, article # 22

pdf Borodulin A. I., Safatov A. S., Yarygin A. A., Khutorova O. G., Belan B. D., Panchenko M. V. Periodic structure of bioaerosol concentration fields in troposphere of the south of Western Siberia . // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2005. V. 18. No. 05-06. P. 450-453.
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The work presents the results of wavelet and harmonic analyses of an array of experimental data on aerosol concentrations of total protein and viable microorganism in troposphere of the south of Western Siberia obtained in 1999-2003. The applied wavelet analysis has shown that typical seasonal processes with the periods of 12, 6, 4, and 8-9 months mainly determine variations in bioaerosol concentration in the troposphere. Seasonal variations determine about 80% of the total dispersion of variations in total protein concentration, and the amplitudes of variations in viable microorganism concentration are too small as compared with the constant component for any altitude of observations.