Air quality implications from oxidation of anthropogenic and biogenic precursors in the troposphere
Oxidation chemistry in the troposphere drives the formation of air pollutants, harmful to human health and the natural world. Emissions from both anthropogenic and biogenic sources control the ways in which air pollution is formed and thus understanding the chemistry of the oxidation of these emissions enhances our ability to predict how air quality evolves in the future. Experiments simulating tropospheric oxidation chemistry on anthropogenic point sources show that identifying unique chemical processes resulting in air pollution allow for a greater specificity in how to pursue strategies for ...
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Link, Michael F.