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The scientific community has a great interest in ozone in the troposphere, in the first place because the concentration is being constantly augmented. This phenomenon relies upon global climatic changes as ozone acts as a greenhouse gas and the bios is not without risk as ozone is a powerful atmospheric oxidant.
In short we have produced here a critical study of the methodology used to measure the flux in the surface layer then endeavoured to distinguish the leading processes which govern the dry deposition of ozone for different configurations.

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Authors: LABATUT A, Laboratoire d'Aérologie, OMP, Toulouse (FR)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 16335 FR (1995) 216pp., FS, free of charge
Availability: Available from the Public Relations and Publications Unit, JRC Ispra, I-21020 Ispra (IT)
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