It is now well established that the ozone molecules present in the lower troposphere generally undergo a downward flux through the surface layer, as a consequence of a dry deposition process at the surface. This fact was first described by Regener . Rich et al.  studied the removal of ozone from the air by bean leaves under controlled conditions and found that its rate follows a pattern that is very similar to that of evaporation. Using the resistance analogy, they inferred from these observations that both processes are controlled by the stomatal aperture. Galbally  and Galbally and Roy  measured ozone deposition rates using enclosure techniques on various surface types, both bare and vegetated. Turner et al.  stated that both bare soils and vegetation are targets for ozone deposition.
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