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Ozone Photochemistry And Transport Of The Nashville Urban Plume During The 1994 Southern Oxidants Study (SOS)

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/EURO991712

Volume

36

Pages

7

Published

1999

Size

582 kb

Copyright

WIT Press

Author(s)

K. Baumann, E.J. Williams, W.M. Angevine, J.M. Roberts, R.B. Norton, G.J. Frost, F.C. Fehsenfeld, S.R. Springston, K.J. Olszyna and S.B. Bertman

Abstract

Ozone Photochemistry and Transport of the Nashville Urban Plume During the 1994 Southern Oxidants Study (SOS) Guest contribution K. Baumann*, E.J Williams, WM Angevine, JM Roberts, RB Norton, GJ Frost, FC Fehsenfeld, S.R. Springston, KJ. Olszyna and SB. Bertman Atmospheric Chemistry Division (ML480), National Center for Atmospheric Research, P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, Colorado 80307-3000, USA ^current affliation: Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Atlanta, GA 30332-0340, USA During a four week summer intensive in 1994, chemical and meteorological measurements including a boundary layer (BL) radar wind profiler, were made at Hendersonville (36.33°N, 86.64°W, 180 m a.s.l.) a suburban ground site - 13 km to the north-northeast of Nashville, Tennessee, that allowed the study of photochemical ozone production in an urban plume and t

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