A characterization of the spatiotemporal variability of non-urban ozone concentrations over the eastern United States

@inproceedings{Eder1993ACO,
  title={A characterization of the spatiotemporal variability of non-urban ozone concentrations over the eastern United States},
  author={Brian K. Eder and J. Matthew Davis and Peter S. Bloomfield},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract The spatial and temporal variability of the daily 1-h maximum O 3 concentrations over non-urban areas of the eastern United States of America was examined for the period 1985–1990 using principal component analysis. Utilization of Kaiser's Varimax orthogonal rotation led to the delineation of six contiguous subregions or “influence regimes” which together accounted for 64.02% of the total variance. Each subregion displayed statistically unique O 3 characteristics and corresponded well… CONTINUE READING

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