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New exposure-based metric approach for evaluating O3 risk to North American aspen forestsAuthor(s): K.E. Percy; M. Nosal; W. Heilman; T. Dann; J. Sober; A.H. Legge; D.F. Karnosky
Source: Environmental Pollution. 147: 554-566.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe United States and Canada currently use exposure-based metrics to protect vegetation from O3. Using 5 years (1999-2003) of co-measured O3, meteorology and growth response, we have developed exposure-based regression models that predict Populus tremuloides growth change within the North American ambient air quality context.
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CitationPercy, K.E.; Nosal, M.; Heilman, W.; Dann, T.; Sober, J.; Legge, A.H.; Karnosky, D.F. 2007. New exposure-based metric approach for evaluating O3 risk to North American aspen forests. Environmental Pollution. 147: 554-566.
Keywordsozone exposure-based metric, risk prediction, air quality standards, trembling aspen, growth
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