Chemical evolution of the Sacramento urban plume : Transport and oxidation

@inproceedings{Dillon2002ChemicalEO,
  title={Chemical evolution of the Sacramento urban plume : Transport and oxidation},
  author={Michael B. Dillon and M. S. Lamanna and Gunnar Wolfgang Schade and Allen H. Goldstein and Ronald C. Cohen},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Measurements of anthropogenic hydrocarbons, ozone, and meteorological variables were obtained during the summer of 1997 near the University of California Blodgett Forest Research Station on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. These measurements and related observations obtained upwind in Sacramento and Folsom, California, by the California Air Resources Board and the National Weather Service demonstrate that the transport of the Sacramento plume is controlled by extremely… CONTINUE READING
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