Vertical distribution of pollutants during export and long range transport: comparison of model simulations and a-train observations, The
Due to increasing concern over the detrimental effects of pollution on visibility, human health, and agriculture, many countries have begun to set more stringent air quality regulations and to take measures to reduce local emissions. However, recent studies have also shown that long range transport (LRT) of pollution from upwind sources can make a non-negligible contribution to background concentrations and potentially inhibit a region's ability to meet air quality standards. Quantifying this contribution has become an important research initiative; however, a major hindrance in determining the ...
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