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Title: Modelled long term trends of surface ozone over South Africa
Authors: Naidoo, M
Keywords: Surface ozone
Air quality
CAMx
Air quality models
CCAM
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Publisher: South African Society for Atmospheric Sciences
Citation: Naidoo, M. Modelled long term trends of surface ozone over South Africa. South African Society for Atmospheric Sciences - 27th Annual Conference 2011, Amanzingwe, Hartebeespoort, 22-23 September 2011
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8077
Abstract: Currently little is understood about the potential local response of air quality to anthropogenically induced changes in the regional climate of southern Africa. Such changes are likely to influence the future transport and chemistry of air pollutants over the region. Previous monitoring campaigns have described local trends of surface and profile ozone; however results are spatially limited and temporally sparse.
Description: South African Society for Atmospheric Sciences - 27th Annual Conference 2011, Amanzingwe, Hartebeespoort, 22-23 September 2011
URI: http://web.csag.uct.ac.za/sasas/images/stories/short%20abstracts.pdf
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