The relationships between SOx and NOx emissions and the distribution of these compounds are complex and not fully understood. It is known that these trace species may be transported long distances (thousands of kilometers) from source areas, and result in high ambient levels over broad regions. In addition, NOx and SOx have been related to a number of environmental problems including acid rain, tropospheric haze and resulting reduced visibility, and have been correlated with a variety of adverse health indicators.
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- A Second Generation Combined Transport/Chemistry Model for the Regional Transport of SOx and NOx Compounds
Gregory R. Carmichael
Leonard K. Peters
- Springer US
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