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1. Introduction
2. Procedures
2.1 Temporal Considerations
2.2 The Air Transport Model
2.2.1 Computer runs
2.3 Inventories
2.3.1 Requirements
2.3.2 Approach
2.3.3 Canada
2.3.4 United States
2.3.5 Mexico
2.3.5.1 Approach
2.3.5.2 Residential waste combustion
2.3.6The North American inventories
2.3.7Comparative inventories
2.4 Receptors
2.4.1 Arctic Bay (w4Wx3J4 w4Wx3J4 w4Wx3J4
2.4.2 Broughton Island (3rr3b3Jx34 3rr3b3Jx34 3rr3b3Jx34
2.4.3 Chesterfield Inlet (wZJoZ]3J4 wZJoZ]3J4 wZJoZ]3J4
2.4.6 Ikaluktutiak
3. Results
3.1 Data Output
3.2 Deposition at Receptors
Fig. 3.3 DIOXIN SOURCE CLASS PERCENT OF EMISSIONS DEPOSITION FLUX
3.3 The Effect of Source-Receptor Distance on Deposition
3.4 The Contributions of Different Sources to Deposition
3.5 Analysis of Source/Receptor Relationships
3.5.2 A generalized analysis of source-receptor relations
3.5.2.1 The geographic distribution of dioxin emissions
3.7 The Impact of Non-North American Sources of Dioxin
4. Conclusions
5. Policy Implications
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Long-range Air Transport of Dioxin from North American Sources to Ecologically Vulnerable Receptors in Nunavut, Arctic Canada

Long-range Air Transport of Dioxin from North American Sources to Ecologically Vulnerable Receptors in Nunavut, Arctic Canada

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This study, commissioned by the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation (NACEC) and conducted by the Center for the Biology of Natural Systems (CBNS), set out to model on a continental scale the rates of deposition of airborne dioxin (polychlorinated dibenzop-
dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans, PCDD/PCDF) in the new Canadian polar territory of Nunavut and to identify the major contributing North American sources.
This study, commissioned by the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation (NACEC) and conducted by the Center for the Biology of Natural Systems (CBNS), set out to model on a continental scale the rates of deposition of airborne dioxin (polychlorinated dibenzop-
dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans, PCDD/PCDF) in the new Canadian polar territory of Nunavut and to identify the major contributing North American sources.

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Published by: Paul Bartlett on Feb 07, 2013
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