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Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 238, 241, 242

Beaumont, Texas, 173-174

Bias, see Errors and error analysis

Biogenic emissions, 8-9, 24, 29, 139-149, 158, 224-225, 233-234, 411, 421

biomass burning, 273

control strategies, 244, 364, 365, 377

definition, 2

errors and uncertainty, 271-273, 302, 411

inventories, 252, 263-280, 289, 290-291, 302, 411

isoprene, 139-149, 158, 160, 231, 238, 241, 263, 272-273, 291, 316, 364

models, 272, 316, 318, 365

monoterpenes, 139-144, 146-147, 160

seasonal factors, 9, 263, 264, 278, 289, 302

soil, 218, 277-280

solar radiation and, 272

temperature factors, 263-264, 267, 268, 272

terpenes, 263, 272-273, 291

time factors, 268-269

urban areas, 242, 243-244, 270, 290-291, 302

Boston, Massachusetts, 63, 217, 328

Boundary and initial conditions, 10, 11, 94, 96, 99, 211-214, 221

marine boundary layer, 95, 97, 212, 218, 222-224, 230, 248, 421, 423

models, 304-306, 309, 310-311, 316, 320, 339-340, 341, 348

rural areas, 212-214

stratospheric incursions into troposphere, 23, 414, 421

urban areas, 212, 214, 310-311

winds, 95

C

California, 30, 37, 49

alternative fuels, 388, 390, 395, 399, 405-406, 408

emission control strategies, 82

emission inventories, 254, 263, 284

monitoring, general, 44, 52-55, 56, 238, 244-245

SCAQS, 11, 285-286, 314-315, 343

SJVAQS/AUSPEX, 11, 207, 314, 343

see also Los Angeles

Canada, 261, 316, 320

Carbon compounds

biomass burning, 273

emission control, 5

global trends, 421

see also Fossil fuels; Hydrocarbons; Volatile organic compounds; specific compounds

Carbon monoxide, 96, 111, 144, 159

alternative fuels, 379, 381, 386, 388, 389, 399, 401, 403, 404, 405, 410

global trends, 416, 421

measurement, 193, 194-195, 201, 205, 206, 209, 251, 284-288, 296-299, 300-301

Carbonyl compounds, 135, 135, 161, 170, 197, 208

Catalytic conversion, 193, 194, 389

Chemiluminescence, 189, 190-191, 201, 202, 203

Chlorine, 184-185, 419

Chlorofluoroearbons, 15, 22, 417, 425-426

Chromatography, 146, 193, 195-197, 198, 199, 259

California Institute of Technology Model, 359

Classification techniques

meteorological, 51, 55-58, 65

NAAQS nonattainment areas, 68-76

VOC inventories, 259

Clean Air Act, 1-4, 5, 29, 30, 67-74, 304, 426

acid rain, 78

historical perspective, 67

indoor air pollution, 36

mandated NAS study on ozone precursors, 3

research, 15, 426

see also National Ambient Air Quality Standards; State Implementation Plans

Clean Air Science Advisory Committee, 30

Cleveland, Ohio, 216

Clouds, 93, 95-96, 113, 178, 203, 310, 316

Coal, 253, 392

Combustion chemistry, 1, 24, 253, 261

biomass burning, 273

Computer simulation, 304

atmospheric chemistry, 109, 145, 149, 151, 156, 160, 207-208

motor vehicle emissions, 254, 285

see also Models

Condensed phase measures, 203-204, 316

Connecticut, 99

Cost factors

emission control technology, 86

NAAQS attainment, 80

Convective forces, 94-97

D

Data bases, aerometric, 312-314, 316, 320, 341, 347, 348

Decision trees, 58, 65

Demography, of exposure, 34-36, 68-69

Department of Energy, 3, 15, 427

Detroit, Michigan, 104

Diesel fuel, 261, 392, 400



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