10.5 Spatial and Temporal Effects on Ozone Concentration in El Paso Texas

Wednesday, 10 January 2018: 11:30 AM
Salon G (Hilton) (Austin, Texas)
Michael De Antonio, New Mexico State Univ. (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM; and R. Ochoa, Z. Ghodsi Zadeh, O. Nayares, G. A. Morris, M. Spychala, D. DuBois, and C. Valles

An investigation of the effects on ozone from large scale topographical features as well as diurnal variations was conducted using a study of ground, tropospheric and low stratospheric measurements conducted in El Paso, Texas during the summer of 2017. The city is separated by the Franklin mountain range which is about 23 miles long, 3 miles wide has an elevation of around 7200 ft. Comparison will be made to the effects of other meteorological conditions such as precipitation and wind speed and direction vertical profiles.
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