Quantifying O3 Impacts in Urban Areas Due to Wildfires Using a Generalized Additive Model.

@article{Gong2017QuantifyingOI,
  title={Quantifying O3 Impacts in Urban Areas Due to Wildfires Using a Generalized Additive Model.},
  author={Xi Gong and Aaron S Kaulfus and Udaysankar S. Nair and Daniel A Jaffe},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={51 22},
  pages={
          13216-13223
        }
}
Wildfires emit O3 precursors but there are large variations in emissions, plume heights, and photochemical processing. These factors make it challenging to model O3 production from wildfires using Eulerian models. Here we describe a statistical approach to characterize the maximum daily 8-h average O3 (MDA8) for 8 cities in the U.S. for typical, nonfire, conditions. The statistical model represents between 35% and 81% of the variance in MDA8 for each city. We then examine the residual from the… CONTINUE READING

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