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REVIEW OF THE NARSTO DRAFT REPORT: AN ASSESSMENT OF TROPOSPHERIC OZONE POLLUTION–A NORTH AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE Appendix B Critical Review Papers of the NARSTO Ozone Assessment1 >CR1. Ozone Air Quality Over North America: A Critical Review of Trend Detection Techniques and Assessments S.T. Rao, P.S. Porter, I.G. Zurbenko, G.T. Wolff, A.M. Dunker CR2. A Review of National Monitoring Networks in North America K.L. Demerjian CR3. Methods for Gas-Phase Measurements of Ozone, O3-Precursors and AerosolPrecursors D. Parrish, F. Fehsenfeld CR4. A Review of Atmospheric Aerosol Measurements P.H. McMurry CR5. Advances in Meteorological Measurement Methods for Application to Air Quality Research and Monitoring W.D. Neff CR6. Ozone Process Insights From Field Experiments G.M. Hidy CR7. The Method of Photochemical Indicators as a Basis for Analyzing O 3-NOx.-Hydrocarbon Sensitivity S. Sillman CR8. Observation Based Analysis for Ozone Production L.I. Kleinman CR9. The Use of Extent of Reaction to Qualitatively Identify Which Precursor Species Limit the Formation of Ozone C.L. Blanchard CR10. Regional Factors Influencing Ozone Concentrations M. Trainer, D.D. Parrish, P.D. Goldan, J. Roberts, F.C. Fehsenfeld 1 The list was presented on page iii of the draft document entitled “An Assessment of Tropospheric Ozone Pollution: A North American Perspective” dated December 20, 1998.
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REVIEW OF THE NARSTO DRAFT REPORT: AN ASSESSMENT OF TROPOSPHERIC OZONE POLLUTION–A NORTH AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE CR11. The Application of the Observation Based Model to Atmospheric Measurement Datasets C.A. Cardelino, W.L. Chameides CR12. Review of Volatile Organic Compound Source Apportionment by Chemical Mass Balance J.G. Watson, J.C. Chow, E.M. Fujita CR13. Comparison of Major Ozone Field Studies and Their Scientific Findings in North America and Europe P.A. Solomon. E.B. Cowling, C.S. Furiness, G.M. Hidy CR14. Atmospheric Chemistry of VOCs and NOxR. Atkinson CR15. Chemical Oxidant Mechanisms for Air Quality Modeling M.C. Dodge CR16. Heterogeneous Chemistry and Tropospheric Ozone D.J. Jacob CR17. Meteorological Modeling for Air Quality Assessments N.L. Seaman CR18. Dry Deposition Processes M.L. Wesely, B.B. Hicks CR19. NARSTO Critical Review of Photochemical Models and Modeling A.G. Russell, R.L. Dennis CR20. A Critical Review of Regulatory Air Quality Modeling for Tropospheric Ozone P.M. Roth. T.W. Tesche, S.D. Reynolds CR21. Mobile Sources Critical Review R.F. Sawyer, R.A. Harley, S.H. Cadle, H.A. Bravo, R. Slott, R.A. Gorse, J.M. Norbeck CR22. Emissions from Stationary Sources M. Placet. C. Mann. R.O. Gilbert, M. Niefer CR23. Natural Emissions of Reactive Trace Gases from North America A. Guenther, C. Geron, T. Pierce, B. Lamb, P. Harley, R. Fall CR24. Fine Particles in the Troposphere: Integration with Ozone Research G.M. Hidy, P.M. Roth, J.M. Hales, R. Scheffe
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