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Modeling Air Pollution Episodes at a Shoreline Lake Michigan Site
There are many atmospheric reactions that attribute to the levels of ozone in the troposphere. To better quantify ozone levels during a high ozone episode at a site, Chiwaukee Prairie, where our group sampled ozone via an ...
Understanding the Lake Breeze Front in Eastern WI Through Remote Sensing and Aircraft Measurements
The lake breeze is a meteorological phenomenon which factors into the air quality near the shorelines of Lake Michigan with significant impacts in studies of meteorology, chemistry, atmospheric physics, and more. Using ...
Chemiluminescence Flow Analysis for Monitoring of Respirable Crystalline Silica
Particulate silica is a trace respiratory hazard in a wide variety of industries that employ two million Americans. [Bang et al] Workers exposed to respirable particulate silica may acquire chronic respiratory diseases ...
Understanding Topography and Near-shore Gradients in Ozone at the Lake Michigan Shoreline
Surface ozone is generated by photochemical production in a stable atmosphere which can be affected by a multitude of factors. We are looking at the correlation between topography, lake breeze extent and ozone gradients ...