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Trends in stone weathering and atmospheric pollution at St Pauls Cathedral in London, 1980-1990

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>12/1991
<mark>Journal</mark>Atmospheric Environment: Part A - General Topics
Number of pages3
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Micro-erosion meter measurements on the balustrade of St Paul's Cathedral, London, already taken annually from 1980 to 1985, were repeated in 1990. The new data continue to show no significant changes in rates of surface lowering over time. This sustained level of weathering has occurred despite decreases in SO2 concentrations in central London in the same period.

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1991 Trends in stone weathering and atmospheric pollution at st Pauls cathedral in London, 1980-1990 WOS:A1991GN03400016 Times Cited: 12