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Photo-oxidants, Acidification and Tools: Policy Applications of EUROTRAC Results : The Report of the EUROTRAC Application Project, PDF eBook

Photo-oxidants, Acidification and Tools: Policy Applications of EUROTRAC Results : The Report of the EUROTRAC Application Project PDF

Edited by Peter Borrell, Peter Builtjes, Peringe Grennfelt, Oystein Hov

Part of the Transport and Chemical Transformation of Pollutants in the Troposphere series

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EUROTRAC is the EUREKA environmental project studying the transport and chemical transformation of pollutants in the troposphere over Europe.

At its inception in 1988 it had three aims: * to increase the basic understanding of atmospheric science; * to promote the technological development of sensitive, specific, fast-response instrumentation for environmental research and monitoring; and * to improve the scientific basis for taking future political decisions on environmental management within Europe.

It was clear at an early stage, as the fourteen subprojects were formed and more than two hundred research groups in twenty-four countries were incorporated, that the first aim would readily be achieved.

An ample demonstration that the early indications were correct is provided in the other volumes in this series which describe the scientific progress made.

Substantial progress was also made towards achieving the second aim although some problems were encountered, mainly due to the high cost of the technological development required.

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