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OZONE 101: Understand the sources, formation, and health and ecosystem effects Webinar (October 2015)




 OZONE 101: Understand the sources, formation, and health and ecosystem effects Webinar (October 2015)
This webinar is useful for young professionals and staff, as well as redirected older personnel and anyone interested in atmospheric ozone. It provides basic information on ozone formation mechanisms; briefly discusses health and ecosystem effects; discusses the global budget and sources of regional and urban ozone; and describes recent success in reducing human exposure in the United States. In addition, controllable and uncontrollable ozone in the US is discussed, with case studies provided from the Nevada Rural Ozone Initiative and Mt. Bachelor, Oregon. These show how monitoring at high elevation has important implications for other pollution inputs to the United States, such as mercury and lead. Lastly, a discussion is provided of the O3 NAAQS, design values, designations, and exceptional events.

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Item Number: WEBINAR-45
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $57.00
Authors/Editors: Mae Sexauer Gustin, Dan Jaffe, Tom Moore

Year Published: 2015

Publisher: A&WMA

Format: online