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Cloud water samples were collected during March to May 2009 at Mount Heng (27°18′N, 112°42′E, 1269 m A.S.L.), a high altitude site in southern China. The samples were analyzed by GS-MS to investigate the distribution, transport pattern, scavenging ratios and possible sources of PAHs. During the observation campaign, the concentration of total (in both particle and dissolved phase) PAHs in cloud water ranged from 323.0-5660 ng L -1 , with an average of 1589 ng L -1 . BbF was the most abundantdoi:10.4209/aaqr.2016.07.0311 fatcat:stupesxxrvaqjfzuyikt5x7lr4