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ISA-Ozone (2013)

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2013 ASHRAE handbook: Fundamentals

Author: ASHRAE (2013) HERO ID: 3554036


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Chapter 16 - Ventilation and infiltration (TC 4.3, ventilation requirements and infiltration)

Author: ASHRAE (2013) HERO ID: 3554059


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Chapter 13 - Indoor environmental modeling (TC 4.10, indoor environmental modeling)

Author: ASHRAE (2013) HERO ID: 3554053


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Chapter 24 - Airflow around buildings (TC 4.3)

Author: ASHRAE (2013) HERO ID: 3554069


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Ozone production from wildfires: A critical review

Authors: Jaffe, DA; Wigder, NL (2012) Atmospheric Environment 51:1-10. HERO ID: 1064116

[Less] Tropospheric ozone (O3) negatively impacts human health and ecosystems, and is a greenhouse gas. Wildfires . . . [More] Tropospheric ozone (O3) negatively impacts human health and ecosystems, and is a greenhouse gas. Wildfires are a source of tropospheric O3, and studies show that wildfires are increasing in North America. In this study, we present a critical review of O3 production from wildfires focusing on three key topics: the influence of wildfire emissions on O3 production; the influence of photochemistry on wildfire O3 production; and regulatory issues associated with wildfire O3 production in the United States. Observations of ΔO3/ΔCO range from approximately −0.1 to 0.9, and are caused by the interplay of numerous factors including fire emissions, efficiency of combustion, chemical and photochemical reactions, aerosol effects on chemistry and radiation, and local and downwind meteorological patterns. Using average ΔO3/ΔCO ratios for major biomes, we estimate global wildfires produce approximately 170 Tg of O3 per year, which is 3.5% of all global tropospheric O3 production. Areas of uncertainty in wildfire O3 production include the net effect of aerosols on chemical and photochemical reactions within a fire plume, the impact of oxygenated volatile organic compounds and nitrous acid on O3 production, and the interplay of variables that lead to extreme ΔO3/ΔCO values. Because wildfire frequencies are likely increasing and have been shown to contribute to elevated O3 at air quality monitoring sites, it is important to better understand the emissions, photochemistry and impacts of these fires.

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Atmospheric, meteorological, and environmental technologies

Author: ATMET (2011) HERO ID: 677541

[Less] ATMET provides consulting, support, and application production for a wide range of environmental applications . . . [More] ATMET provides consulting, support, and application production for a wide range of environmental applications with a focus on state-of-the-art meteorological and dispersion computer modeling for operational forecasting and historical events.

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SMOKE

Author: UNC (2011) HERO ID: 677545

[Less] This is the official SMOKE website hosted by the Center for Environmental Modeling for Policy Development . . . [More] This is the official SMOKE website hosted by the Center for Environmental Modeling for Policy Development (CEMPD) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. SMOKE is an active open-source development project supported and distributed by the CEMPD through the Community Modeling and Analysis System Center.

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AirNow

Author: U.S. EPA (2011) HERO ID: 677548


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U.S. Census Bureau

Author: U.S. Census Bureau (2011) HERO ID: 677549


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Quality indicator assessment reports

Author: U.S. EPA (2011) HERO ID: 677486