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Near Ground Ozone 1995

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03.06.01 Generation - Decomposition

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Ozone (O3) conditions differ fundamentally depending on whether ozone occurs at ground level or in the higher layers of the atmosphere. This figure illustrates the natural processes of its formation, transport and decomposition based on its distance to the ground. More information

03.06.02 Distribution of Ozone Maximum 1995

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The map shows the distribution of the highest one-hour-maximum across all measuring stations of the Federal States and those of the Federal Environmental Agency for the year 1995. The numbers were spatially interpolated between the individual stations to obtain a comprehensive overview. More information

03.06.03 Infringement of Ozone Threshold Values 1995

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The mean spatial distribution of ozone pollution is represented by how often certain protective threshold values are exceeded at individual measuring stations. In order to illustrate the dependence of ozone pollution on nitrogen emissions, they are presented here too. More information

03.06.04 Ozone Concentration from 23 July to 27 July 1994 at 4:00 p.m. CET

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Figures 03.06.4 through 03.06.7 present the results of the joint “FluMOB” measuring campaign of the States of Berlin and Brandenburg from 23 to 27 July 1994. The aim of the investigation was to assess the extent to which regional measures contribute to the reduction of ozone precursors. More information

03.06.05 Spatial Distribution of Ozone Concentration

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Figures 03.06.4 through 03.06.7 present the results of the joint “FluMOB” measuring campaign of the States of Berlin and Brandenburg from 23 to 27 July 1994. The aim of the investigation was to assess the extent to which regional measures contribute to the reduction of ozone precursors. More information

03.06.06 Spatial Distribution of NO2 Concentration

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Figures 03.06.4 through 03.06.7 present the results of the joint “FluMOB” measuring campaign of the States of Berlin and Brandenburg from 23 to 27 July 1994. The aim of the investigation was to assess the extent to which regional measures contribute to the reduction of ozone precursors. More information

03.06.07 Correlations of Different Parameters from 23 July to 27 July 1994

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Figures 03.06.4 through 03.06.7 present the results of the joint “FluMOB” measuring campaign of the States of Berlin and Brandenburg from 23 to 27 July 1994. The aim of the investigation was to assess the extent to which regional measures contribute to the reduction of ozone precursors. More information

03.06.08 Calculated Near Ground Ozone Concentration

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Ground-level ozone forms and decomposes based on intricate chemical and meteorological processes. Drawing on all available resources, the ozone distribution simulation results for Berlin and large parts of Brandenburg are presented here for a day in the summer of 1994. More information

03.06.09 Difference in the OX Concentration OX = O3 + NO2

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The effect of emission reductions on ozone pollution is presented as the difference between the potential scenario and the real case (03.06.8). The result is a significant decrease in ozone pollution in the conurbation’s outgoing air vane of up to 15 µg/m3 or about seven percent. More information