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Air Waste. 1994 Sep;44(9):1089-92.

Detecting and tracking changes in ozone air quality.

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State University of New York at Albany.

Abstract

This paper presents a statistical method for filtering out or moderating the influence of meteorological fluctuations on ozone concentrations. Use of this technique in examining trends in ambient ozone air quality is demonstrated with ozone data from a monitoring location in New Jersey. The results indicate that this method can detect changes in ozone air quality due to changes in emissions in the presence of meteorological fluctuations. This method can be useful in examining the effectiveness of regulatory initiatives in improving ozone air quality.

PMID:
7953184
DOI:
10.1080/10473289.1994.10467303
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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