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relation of oxidant levels to precursor emissions and meterological features
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Waste Management, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards in Research Triangle Park, N.C
|Statement||by F. L. Ludwig ... [et al.]|
|Series||EPA ; 450/3-77-022 b|
|Contributions||Singh, H. B, Johnson, W. B. 1934-, Reiter, Elmar R, SRI International, Colorado State University, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards|
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Ozone is formed from precursor emissions, i.e. other gases. The most important precursors for oxidant formation are nonmethane hydrocarbons, nitrogen dioxide and nitric oxide (Benkowitz, ). Anthropogenic precursor emissions are most prevalent in and around urban areas, as evidenced by severe oxidant smogs. Cranberry Lake situation. Results to date indicate that levels of mer- BOGDANOV, S., VIDENOV, P., and SAVOV, E., cury in atmospheric fallout at Cranberry Lake , Fluctuations of the abundance of are low; rainfall and snowpack levels are carbon monoxide, in WMO Symposium on the usually less than 25 ng HG/1 of liquid Long-Range Transport.
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