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Air Pollution Response to Changing Weather and Power Plant Emissions in the Eastern United States
Air pollution in the eastern United States causes human sickness and death as well as damage to crops and materials. NOX emission reduction is observed to improve air quality. Effectively reducing pollution in the future ...
An evaluation of a severe smog episode in the Eastern U.S. using regional modeling and satellite measurements
An ensemble of regional chemical modeling (WRF/Chem with RADM2) simulations, satellite, ozonesonde, and surface observations during July 7-11, 2007 was used to examine the horizontal and vertical signature of one of the ...
Classification of Northern Hemisphere Stratospheric Ozone and Water Vapor Profiles by Meteorological Regime: Validation, Climatology, and Trends
The presence of stratospheric ozone is essential for the survival of life on the Earth's surface. The decrease in the column content of ozone over mid-latitudes from 1979-1991 has previously been attributed to destruction ...
Photochemistry and transport of tropospheric ozone and its precursors in urban and remote environments
Tropospheric ozone (O3) adversely affects human health, reduces crop yields, and contributes to climate forcing. To limit these effects, the processes controlling O3 abundance as well as that of its precursor molecules ...