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Table 1 A table relating the Mandrioli anion concentration [4] reported by Cassar et al. [1] to the Mandrioli sampling labels and descriptions [4]

From: A rebuttal in defence of misinterpretation of the Galea et al. 2016 paper entitled “Pollution monitoring for sea salt aerosols and other anionic species at Hagar Qim Temples, Malta: a pilot study”

Anion As cited by Cassar et al. [1] from Mandrioli et al. [4] Table 3.6.4 (ppm) As described by Mandrioli in sampling Table 3.6.1 [4]
Chlorides minima 1863 HQT6: Room 5. On the Ground. Original—fragment of Globigerina Limestone
Chlorides maxmima 12,363 HQT2: Room 6. Same location of HQT1E. Left side of block—fragments of mortar
Sulfates minima 1187 HQT1D: Room 6. Sector β. 1920 restoration work. Pilaster, 150 cm from ground level—fragment of globigerina limestone
Sulfates maxmima 84,063 HQT1B: Room 6. Sector β. 1920 restoration work. Pilaster, 60 cm from ground level—fragment of globigerina limestone
Nitrates minima 252 HQT6: Room 5. On the Ground. Original—fragment of Globigerina Limestone
Nitrates maxmima 8587 HQT2: Room 6. Same location of HQT1E. Left side of block—fragments of mortar