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Multi-instrument approach for measuring spectral aerosol absorption properties in UV and VIS wavelengths
The spectral dependence of light absorption by atmospheric particulate matter (PM) has major implications for air quality, surface ultraviolet (UV) radiation, and tropospheric oxidation capacity, but remains highly uncertain. ...
Exploring Regional Emissions and Tropospheric Ozone in the Eastern United States Using Air Quality Models and Data Products
Tropospheric ozone (O3) is a harmful pollutant regulated by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through the use of designated air quality standards. Within the United States, approximately 110 million people live ...
AIR POLLUTION EMISSIONS FROM HIGHWAY VEHICLES: QUANTIFYING IMPACTS OF HUMIDITY, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, AND COVID-19–RELATED TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS
Air pollution adversely affects human health and climate at both local and regional scales. With vehicles representing the dominant source of several important air pollutants, more work is needed to improve our understanding ...