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Last Modified: 2011-07-07
Examples are Ozone and Pan (Peroxyacetyl nitrate)
Turbulence mixes polluted air with surrounding air
Cool ocean temperatures
Mountains that surround the city and prevent smog from dispersing inland
However, weather factors can affect pollution concentrations.
(lead added later)
Tighter controls on air quality
Lower limits on auto emissions
Require the use of cleaner burning fuels
Limits on CFC’s and ozone depleting compounds.
is primarily a nighttime phenomenon,
can occur throughout the year,
Nitrous Oxide (N2O)
lower surface albedo
more absorbed solar radiation
higher surface temperature
more evaporation, higher atmospheric moisture content, & more clouds
clouds increase albedo & reflect solar radiation
less energy to heat the surface & cooler temperatures
develop aquaducts to bring water to newly dry areas
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