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Analysis of ozone and fine particulate matter in the northeastern United States
|Statement||prepared for the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ; prepared by the University at Albany, S. Trivikrama Rao, principal investigator.|
|Series||NYSERDA report ;, 03-04, NYSERDA (1995) ;, 03-04.|
|Contributions||Rao, S. Trivikrama., New York State Energy Research and Development Authority., State University of New York at Albany.|
|LC Classifications||QC879.73.U6 A53 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2004451205|
Significant Impact Levels for Ozone and Fine Particles EPA has finalized the guidance and supporting documents recommending Significant Impact levels (SILs) for ozone and fine particle pollution that may be used in the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permitting program. Canada-wide Standards for Particulate Matter (PM) and Ozone Endorsed by CCME Council of Ministers, June , , Quebec City 7 of 10 ANNEX B REPORTING PROTOCOL FOR CANADA-WIDE STANDARDS FOR PARTICULATE AND OZONE B.1 Introduction It is intended under the Harmonization Accord and its Standards Sub-Agreement that allFile Size: 38KB.
J. Hu et al.: One-year simulation of ozone and particulate matter More than observation sites have been set up in more than major cities in the country to routinely monitor hourly concentrations of six criteria pollutants, i.e., O3, CO, NO2, SO2, PM (PM – particulate matter), and PM10, andCited by: The study collected particulate matter (PM)-related documents in Korea and classified main keywords related to particulate matter, health, and social problems using text and opinion mining. The study attempted to present a prediction model for important causes related to particulate matter by using social big-data analysis. Topics related to particulate matter were collected from online Cited by: 1.
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NYSERDA is pleased to publish “Analysis of Ozone and Fine Particulate Matter in the Northeastern United States.” This report was prepared by the University at Albany. The Principal Investigator, Dr. S.T. Rao, is now the Director of the Atmospheric Modeling Division of the U.S.
Environmental Protection. can be based, NYSERDA has recently supported two major studies, “Analysis of Ozone and Fine Particulate Matter in the Northeastern United States” and “Assessing the Effects of Transboundary Pollution on New York’s Air Quality,” under its Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Protection (EMEP) Program.
The Airshed for Ozone and Fine Particulate Pollution in the Eastern United States Article in Pure and Applied Geophysics (1) January with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Remote sensing of fine particulate matter and ozone during an air pollution episode over the Eastern US.
Presented at the American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting, Washington, DC, MayR () not available: Presentation: Dickerson RR, Doddridge BG.
Remote sensing of fine particulate matter and ozone over the Mid-Atlantic. Abstract. To examine the spatial scales associated with atmospheric pollutants such as ozone (O 3) and fine particulate matter (PM), we employ the following five techniques: Analysis of the persistence of high O 3 concentrations aloft; spatial and lag correlations between the short-term components (i.e., weather-induced variations) in the time series of O 3 and PM throughout the eastern Cited by: The impact of these uncertainties on ozone and fine particulate matter (PM) levels for the eastern United States was studied, focusing on biogenic emissions estimates from two commonly used.
Back trajectory analysis and modeling show importance of transport of primary pollutants and precursor materials. Ozone and fine particulate matter are found to have the potential to affect regions over spatial scales on the order of km in the Northeastern United States. Meteorology and Visibility Factors Control.
Results from a 3-month. Introduction  Particulate matter (PM) in the atmosphere is a pollutant that influences the Earth's climate directly through the scattering and absorption of solar radiation, and indirectly by providing the condensation nuclei for cloud droplets [Ramanathan et al., ].Organic matter (OM) (Table 1 gives a description of the acronyms used in this study for organic aerosol, and the Cited by: OBJECTIVES: To evaluate long-term association between ambient ozone, fine particulate matter (PM, particles with an aerodynamic diameter of μm or less), and chronic lower respiratory disease (CLRD) mortality in the contiguous United by: In this paper, we use 15 years (–) of commensurately gridded (1° x 1°) surface observations of extended summer (April–September) surface ozone (O 3), fine particulate matter (PM ), and maximum temperature (TX) over the eastern United States and Canada to construct a climatology of the coincidence, overlap, and lag in space and Cited by: Evaluating long-term air quality trends can demonstrate effectiveness of control strategies and guide future air quality management planning.
Observations have shown that ozone (O 3) and fine particulate matter (PM ) in the US have declined since as early as in some observation trends alone cannot separate effects of changes in local and global emissions to US air quality Cited by: 3.
Studies of air pollution and human health have evolved from descriptive studies of the early phenomena of large increases in adverse health effects following extreme air pollution episodes to time-series analyses based on the use of sophisticated regression models.
In fact, advanced statistical methods are necessary to address the challenges inherent in the detection of a relatively small Cited by: The short-term effects of ambient ozone and fine particulate matter (PMparticles with an aerodynamic diameter of µm or less) on respiratory disease mortality are well established.
However, few studies have examined the effects of long-term exposure and, among those that have, results are by: Epidemiologic studies have linked ozone to adverse health outcomes including hospitalizations (1, 2) and death (1, 3–5), and this association is supported by toxicologic studies (1, 6).Evidence of these effects resulted in regulations aimed at lowering ozone ().Particulate matter has been associated with heart failure, myocardial infarction, hospitalizations, and deaths ().Cited by: A detailed sensitivity analysis was conducted to quantify the contributions of various emission sources to ozone (O 3), fine particulate matter (PM ), and regional haze in the Southeastern United States.O 3 and particulate matter (PM) levels were estimated using the Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) modeling system and light extinction values were calculated from modeled PM Cited by: — To examine the spatial scales associated with atmospheric pollutants such as ozone (O3) and fine particulate matter (PM), we employ the following five techniques: (1) Analysis of the persistence of high O3 concentrations aloft; (2) spatial and lag correlations between the short-term components (i.e., weather-induced variations) in the time series of O3 and PM throughout the Cited by: of smog are ground-level ozone and fine particulate matter.
Ozone (O 3) and Fine Particulate Matter (PM ) Both ozone and fine particulate matter are recognized as hazards to human health. There are of particular concern because they are the main contributors to the level of smog at any given time.
Ozone is produced when VOCs and NO xAuthor: Cameron Hare. Ozone Fine Particulate Matter (PM ) The key contributors to smog and poor air quality in Simcoe Muskoka are ozone (O 3) and fine particulate matter (PM ).
Ozone. Ground-level ozone is formed when pollutants from vehicle exhaust emissions react in sunlight. Ozone can accumulate in suburban and rural areas (like Simcoe Muskoka) because the. for 35% of the total source of OM in the United States and % of the global OM source.
OM is an important factor in climate and air quality issues, but its sources and formation mechanisms remain poorly quantified.
Citation: de Gouw, J. A., et al. (), Sources of particulate matter in the northeastern United States in summer: 1.
Direct. the United States.1 The report focuses on two of the six national criteria pollutants: ozone (O 3) and fine particulate matter (PM ), rating counties and urban areas across the country.
Based on the ALA analysis, the Pittsburgh region has consistently been identified with having some of the worst air quality in the United States.
EPA/ Analysis Of Paniculate Matter Concentrations And Visibility In The Eastern United States By John Trijonis Santa Fe Research Corp. EPA Contract No. Thompson Pace, Project Officer Office Of Air And Radiation Office Of Air Quality Planning And Standards U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina August ary particulate organic matter (OM), but often substantial quantities of SO 2 and sulfate-containing particles. Accord-ing to a emission inventory produced by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA NEI V.3 [United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), ]), the SO 2 produced from northeastern by: Requiring an economic and environmental analysis of any state proposal to exceed the requirements of U.S.
EPA’s Clean Air Interstate Rule, 70 FR, or other applicable Federal environmental standards or regulations for purposes of demonstrating attainment with the ozone or particulate matter standards.