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By S. Trivikrama Rao, Christian Hogrefe, Gopal Sistla, Shiang-Yuh Wu, Winston Hao (auth.), Sven-Erik Gryning, Ekaterina Batchvarova (eds.)

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The EURAD and REM3 model calculations are based on a uniform emission data base. In all , 22 calculation runs were performed, including the base case runs for the simulation of the episodic patterns and for the testing of the performance of the models in replicating observed ozone concentrations. For each Regions ofRhine-Main-Neckar (Frankfurt), Berlin-Brandenburg and Dresden EURAD - EURopean Air Pollution Dispersion Model, Rheinisches Institut für Umweltforschung, Universität Köln; REM3 - Regional Eulerian Model with 3 chemistry schemes (R.

1991). During this one week period, eastern North America experienced a regional episode ofhigh ground-Ievel ozone. From August 1 to 3 the northeastern US and southern Ontario were in the warm sector behind a surface warm front with an upper level ridge re siding overhead. This synoptic setting resulted in generally light southwesterly winds and high day time temperatures for the region, a favourable meteorological condition for surface ozone level to build up. On August 4, with the approach of an upper-level trough from the west, a surface cold front was moving into the region resulting in much stronger southwesterly wind along the US northeastern seaboard which was responsible for transporting the New York - Boston plume to the SAR later in the day.

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