Formaldehyde and its relation to CO, PAN, and SO2 in the Houston-Galveston airshed

@inproceedings{Rappengluck2010FormaldehydeAI,
  title={Formaldehyde and its relation to CO, PAN, and SO2 in the Houston-Galveston airshed},
  author={B. Rappengl̈uck and Purnendu K. Dasgupta and Michael Leuchner and Quanjiang Li},
  year={2010}
}
The Houston-Galveston Airshed (HGA) is one of the major metropolitan areas in the US that is classified as a nonattainment area of federal ozone standards. Formaldehyde (HCHO) is a key species in understanding ozone related air pollution; some of the highest HCHO concentrations in North America have been reported for the HGA. We report on HCHO measurements in the HGA from summer 2006. Among several sites, maximum HCHO mixing ratios were observed in the Houston Ship Channel (HSC), a region with… CONTINUE READING
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