These animations display the National Trends Network (NTN) concentration and deposition maps of pH, sulfate, nitrate, and ammonium and deposition maps of H+, sulfate, nitrate, ammonium, and total inorganic nitrogen from nitrate and ammonium beginning in 1985.
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Each frame represents a three-year moving average of annual precipitation-weighted mean concentration or deposition. For example, the 1985 concentration map displays the average of 3 precipitation-weighted mean values (1984, 1985, and 1986).
At least three factors are at work changing the spatial patterns from year to year and over the period of record: emissions changes, changes in weather patterns, and chemical changes in the airborne pollutants that are removed by precipitation.
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