What are the dry deposition velocities used for the different gases for different habitats?

Deposition velocities are used in calculating deposition of nitrogen and sulphur. Different gases have different rates of deposition (and different deposition velocities) .

Deposition velocities are also different for different habitats. For example the rate of deposition of pollutants to forest vegetation is generally around twice that of deposition to short-vegetation. Forests and woodland habitats have a higher aerodynamic roughness (e.g. leaves, branches etc) as opposed to a more shorter type of vegetation habitat types.