Sink processes for trace gases

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sink processes for trace gases

Any process (chemical or physical) that removes a particular chemical species from the atmosphere.

The abundance of a species in the atmosphere can be determined from a consideration of the various sources of the compound to the atmosphere and the sink processes that remove it.


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