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Recently it was discovered that over the Middle East during summer ozone mixing ratios can reach a pronounced maximum in the middle troposphere. Here we extend the analysis to the surface and show that especially in the Persian Gulf region conditions are highly favorable for ozone air pollution. We apply the EMAC atmospheric chemistryclimate model to investigate long-distance transport and the regional formation of ozone. Further, we make use of available in situ and satellite measurements anddoi:10.5194/acpd-8-17739-2008 fatcat:ph34kxk5g5h5zog7yucq5sjqve