Study Guide Test2 Spring 2010

Study Guide Test2 Spring 2010 - Seasonal and Diurnal...

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Basic concepts of stability Relationship of stability in the atmosphere to temperature profile Dry and wet adiabat Neutral layer Importance for air pollution dispersion Temperature Inversions (including types) Air Pollution Dispersion Processes Advection Urban Heat Island The Diurnal Cycle of Smog SMOG Differences London and LA Effect of Geography on Pollution Distribution in LA Basin Primary, Secondary Air Pollution Criteria Pollutants Definition of Particulate Scales of Pollution Evolution of Photochemical Smog Photostationary State
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Unformatted text preview: Seasonal and Diurnal Distributions of Pollutants Particulates Sources Sizes Characteristics Acid Fog Visibility Photochemical Haze Controlling Smog Government agencies and roles AQI Strategies for controlling Air Pollution Smog Science and Pollution Controls Market Incentives Catalytic Converter Alternative Fuels Acid Rain Acidity, alkalinity pH Nitric, Sulfuric and Carbonic Acid Distribution of Acidity in North America Effects of Acid Rain Controlling and Mitigating Acid Rain...
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