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Wyoming winter smog

Nature Geoscience volume 2, pages 8889 (2009) | Download Citation

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Surface ozone levels are expected to be high in polluted regions during summer months. Observations from Wyoming in February 2008 indicate that equally high concentrations of ozone can be produced during winter.

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  1. Joseph Pinto is at the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711, USA.  pinto.joseph@epa.gov

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