Contributions of pollutants from North China Plain to surface ozone at the Shangdianzi GAW Station

@inproceedings{Lin2008ContributionsOP,
  title={Contributions of pollutants from North China Plain to surface ozone at the Shangdianzi GAW Station},
  author={Wen Lin and Xiaofeng Xu and Xiao-Xiao Zhang and Jian-wei Tang},
  year={2008}
}
Regional ozone pollution has become one of the top environmental concerns in China, especially in those economically vibrant and densely populated regions, such as North China region including Beijing. To address this issue, surface ozone and ancillary data over the period 2004–2006 from the Shangdianzi Regional Background Station in north China were analyzed. Due to the suitable location and valley topography of the site, transport of pollutants from the North China Plain was easily observed… CONTINUE READING
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