Intercontinental transport of aerosols and photochemical oxidants from Asia and its consequences.

@article{Wuebbles2007IntercontinentalTO,
  title={Intercontinental transport of aerosols and photochemical oxidants from Asia and its consequences.},
  author={Donald J. Wuebbles and Hang Lei and Jintai Lin},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2007},
  volume={150 1},
  pages={65-84}
}
The intercontinental transport of aerosols and photochemical oxidants from Asia is a crucial issue for air quality concerns in countries downwind of the significant emissions and concentrations of pollutants occurring in this important region of the world. Since the lifetimes of some important pollutants are long enough to be transported over long distance in the troposphere, regional control strategies for air pollution in downwind countries might be ineffective without considering the effects… CONTINUE READING
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