Ozone production in the megacities of Tianjin and Shanghai, China: a comparative study

L. Ran, C. S. Zhao, W. Y. Xu, M. Han, X. Q. Lu, S. Q. Han, W. L. Lin, X. B. Xu, W. Gao, Q. Yu, F. H. Geng, N. Ma (+2 others)
2012 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions  
Rapid economic growth has given rise to a significant increase in ozone precursor emissions in many regions of China, especially in the densely populated North China Plain (NCP) and Yangtze River Delta (YRD). Improved understanding of ozone formation in response to different precursor emissions is imperative to address the highly 5 20 on a regional scale must be undertaken to bring the ozone problem under control. in the near future (Streets and Waldhoff, 2000; Klimont et al., 2001). It is therefore not 9163 ACPD 12, 2012
doi:10.5194/acpd-12-9161-2012 fatcat:jd5r4x6625gwne4tbvceej5o7e