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Synoptic climatology for ozone in Southern Ontario, 1976-1981

Keith C. Heidorn

Synoptic climatology for ozone in Southern Ontario, 1976-1981

by Keith C. Heidorn

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Published by Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Air Quality and Meteorology Section in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmospheric ozone -- Ontario, Southern,
  • Ontario, Southern -- Climate

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 24-26.

    Statementby Keith C. Heidorn, David Yap.
    ContributionsYe, Zhiming., Ontario. Ministry of the Environment.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC879.73C2 H4 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 52 p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19517164M
    ISBN 100774395389

      In [9], a synoptic climatology is described for of weather classes, a cubic function in temperature, a sea- 24 h average ozone concentrations in Southern Ontario for sonal pattern, and a first-order moving average of indepen- the years – which allows for a stratification along dent noise terms.   A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in Southern Ontario, – Atmospheric Environment, 20, – doi: /(86) Cited by: 6.

    [1] “High‐ozone days,” defined as days featuring ozone concentrations in excess of 80 ppbv for at least 2 hours over broad geographical regions, were identified for the years to The days so obtained were classified into key synoptic‐scale types prevailing over the eastern Mediterranean. Analyses of the temporal behavior of ozone mixing ratios during the high‐ozone Cited by: [1] The relationship between synoptic‐scale circulation patterns and surface ozone (O 3) across the northeastern United States was investigated for summers –Observational data consisted of UT sea level pressure fields obtained from the National Centers for Environmental Prediction Global Final Analysis and O 3 measurements from .

    A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in southern Ontario – , Atmos. Environ., 20, – Hejazi-Jooybari, A., (). Air pollution investigation and air quality evaluation in Isfahan.   Background ozone concentration displayed distinct seasonal variations at all stations, with a maximum of about 40 ppb in spring and a minimum of about 23 ppb in autumn. The monthly and yearly mean diurnal variations of ozone at urban stations exhibited bi-modal characteristics not evident at rural sites. Two daily maxima and minima were recorded at Cited by:


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Synoptic climatology for ozone in Southern Ontario, 1976-1981 by Keith C. Heidorn Download PDF EPUB FB2

The synoptic climatology of ozone (O 3) for S Ontario has shown that, over the – period, average summer O 3 concentrations follow a relationship similar to that reported for event analysis during periods of high O 3 concentration. Highest average concentrations, 36 parts per billion (ppb), occur with ‘back of the high’ situations while lowest average concentrations (20 ppb Cited by: CONCLUSIONS The synoptic climatology of O^ for S Ontario has shown that, over the period, average ozone (03) concentrations follow a similar relationship to KEITH C.

HEIDORN and DAVID YAP that reported for event analysis during periods of high 03 concentration in the high-sun seasons (spring and summer).Cited by: The synoptic climatology of ozone (O 3) for S Ontario has shown that, over the period, average summer O 3 concentrations follow a relationship similar to that reported for event analysis during periods of high O 3 by: K.C.

Heidorn, D. YapA synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in Southern Ontario, – Atmospheric Environment, 20 (4) (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: 6. The synoptic climatology of ozone (O3) for S Ontario has shown that, over the – period, average summer O3 concentrations follow a relationship similar to that reported for event analysis Author: Oscar Gálvez.

Heidorn K. and Yap D.,A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in southern Ontario, Atmospheric Environment – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Rama Seshu Tangirala.

The synoptic climatology of ozone (O3) for S Ontario has shown that, over the – period, average summer O3 concentrations follow a. Heidorn K.C. and Yap D.'A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in southern Ontario, –', Atmospheric Environment, 20, – Hendrikx J., Owens I., Carran W.

and Carran A.'Avalanche activity in an extreme maritime climate: TheCited by: 1. K.C. Heidorn and D. Yap, A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in southern Ontario –, Atmospheric Environment 20 () – Author: Mayer Alvo, André Robert Dabrowski.

Automated synoptic weather typing and robust orthogonal stepwise regression analysis (via principal components analysis) were applied together to develop within-weather-type air pollution prediction models for a variety of pollutants (specifically, carbon monoxide – CO, nitrogen dioxide – NO2, ozone – O3, sulphur dioxide – SO2, and suspended particles – SP) Cited by: Unpublished M.S.

thesis, Institute for Environmental Studies, Louisiana State Uni- versity, Baton Rouge, LA. Heidorn K. and Yap D. () A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in southern Ontario () Atmospheric Environm Cited by:   Ozone and synoptic-scale circulation Synoptic climatology seeks to relate the atmospheric circulation to an environmental variable using empirical and statistical techniques (Yarnal ).Cited by: K.C.

Heidorn, D. YapA synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in Southern Ontario – Atmospheric Environment, 20 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Heidorn, K.C.

and Yap, D. A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in southern Ontario, Atmospheric Environm - Google Scholar | ISICited by: A method for developing ozone exposures that mimic ambient conditions in agricultural areas.

Atmospheric Environment ()20 (2), DOI: /(86) Keith C. Heidorn, David Yap. A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in Southern Ontario, –Cited by: A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in Southern Ontario, – Atmospheric Environment, 20, – doi: /(86) Background ozone in the southern Europe and Mediterranean area: influence of the transport processes.

Barry and Perry defined synoptic climatology as the study of the relationship between the atmospheric circulation and local or regional climates. Later, Yarnal () showed in his book that contemporary synoptic climatologists often utilise climatically related variables and refined the Barry and Perry definition stating that synoptic Cited by: Prediction of daily maximum surface ozone (O 3) concentration was begun by Environment Canada in the spring of for the Vancouver, Montreal, and Atlantic regions in order to advise the public of expected air sts have been issued for southern Ontario for many years by the province of Ontario, but this is a new undertaking in other parts of the country, Cited by: Previous in situ measurement techniques have shown enhancements in ground-level ozone by as much as ppbv in southern Ontario (Chung ; Heidorn and Yap ; Lin et al.

; Reid et al. Because of the associated health, economical, ecological, and climatic effects of tropospheric ozone, its detection in the environment is an Cited by: 2. The ‘Canterbury North‐Easter’ is largely the result of a combination of the sea‐breeze circulation and orographic modification of synoptic westerly to northwesterly flow over the Southern Alps that produces a lee side trough east of the mountains (McKendry et al.

). During night time, northeasterly winds are less frequent and Cited by:. Synoptic patterns in relation to ozone concentrations in west-central T aiwan 15 At the gro un d le v el, the south e rly land breez e slo wly die d aw ay ar ou nd 0 am.A synoptic climatology of tropospheric ozone episodes in Sydney, Australia Article in International Journal of Climatology 26(12) -.

A synoptic climatology for surface ozone concentrations in southern Ontario, – Heidorn, Heidorn; Yap, Yap Avalanche activity in an extreme maritime climate: the application of classification trees for forecasting.