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- Panda, Subhasmita, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Atmospheric environment 2019 v.209 pp. 220-232
- air pollutants; air pollution; atmospheric chemistry; carbon monoxide; cities; coal; coasts; diurnal variation; emissions; mining; models; monitoring; organic carbon; ozone; pollution control; power plants; prediction; steel; sulfur dioxide; summer; urban areas; winter; India; Indo-Gangetic Plain
- ... In a scenario when haze and smog events are wreaking havoc in many parts of the world, accurate information on ambient sulfur dioxide (SO2) sources is a required input to models for prediction and mitigation of air pollution. Globally, India is one of the highest emitters of anthropogenic SO2. However, the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) data reveal that unlike many other anthropogenic air pollu ...
- Panda, Subhasmita, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Theoretical and applied climatology 2019 v.137 no.1-2 pp. 399-416
- advection; air; air pollution; atmospheric chemistry; meteorological parameters; ozone; satellites; weather research and forecasting model; winter; Bay of Bengal; India; Indo-Gangetic Plain; Myanmar
- ... This study examines various physical and chemical processes contributing towards an anomalous low surface ozone (O₃) event at a tropical urban site Bhubaneswar (20.29° N, 85.83° E) located in eastern India. Surface O₃ generally peaks during winter (~ 40 ppbv) at Bhubaneswar. However, during 5–11 December 2010, surface O₃ decreased rapidly from 48°ppbv on December 4 to 14°ppbv on December 6. Averag ...