The weekend effect within and downwind of Sacramento – Part 1: Observations of ozone, nitrogen oxides, and VOC reactivity

@inproceedings{Murphy2006TheWE,
  title={The weekend effect within and downwind of Sacramento – Part 1: Observations of ozone, nitrogen oxides, and VOC reactivity},
  author={Jennifer Grace Murphy and Douglas A. Day and Pamela A. Cleary and Paul J. Wooldridge and Dylan B Millet and Allen H. Goldstein and Ronald C. Cohen},
  year={2006}
}
Day-of-week patterns in human activities can be used to examine the ways in which differences in primary emissions result in changes in the rates of photochemical reactions, and the production of secondary pollutants. Data from twelve California Air Resources Board monitoring sites in Sacramento, CA, and the downwind Mountain Counties air basin are analyzed to reveal day of week patterns in ozone and its precursors in the summers of 1998–2002. Measurements of non-methane hydrocarbons are… CONTINUE READING

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