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  • Daniel Grosjean, Bart E Croes, Michael W Poore, Luis Woodhouse, Bob Effa, Rich Bradley
  • 1999
(a) phone (805) 644-0125, fax (805) 644-0142, of the California Air Resources Board and Eric Grosjean of DGA for technical input. Luis Woodhouse carried out the calculations of PAN thermal decomposition, Michael W. Poore provided long-term data for ambient carbonyls including acetaldehyde, Bob Effa and Rich Bradley provided long-term data for ambient oxides(More)
This paper analyzes day-of-week variations in concentrations of particulate matter (PM) in California. Because volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) are not only precursors of ozone (O3) but also of secondary PM, it is useful to know whether the variations by day of week in these precursors are also evident in PM data.(More)
In 1999, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) formed the Weekend Effect Working Group to coordinate research activities with local, state, and federal agencies, academia, industry groups, and the public to investigate the possible causes of the weekend ozone effect in California. This article presents CARB's findings. G round-level ozone (O 3) is(More)
  • Bart E Croes, P E John Damassa, Paul Allen, P E Joseph De, Vita Richard Bradley, P E Robert Effa +18 others
  • 1999
Acknowledgments This report was prepared with the assistance and support of other divisions and staff of the Air Resources Board. In addition, we acknowledge the assistance, cooperation, and insightful comments that we received from organizations outside the Air Resources Board, namely the California
  • Gray Davis, Winston H Hickox, Alan C Lloyd, William A Chair, Burke, C Joseph +34 others
  • 2000
iii Acknowledgements The final assessment was written under the direction of the Scientific Advisory Committee on Acid Deposition (listed below) and the Research Division management in 1999 The final assessment describes the major findings of the Kapiloff Acid Deposition Program and Atmospheric Acidity Protection Program. The statements and conclusions in(More)
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