Reports

On the Sources of Summertime Haze in the Eastern United States

Science  13 Feb 1981:
Vol. 211, Issue 4483, pp. 703-705
DOI: 10.1126/science.211.4483.703

Abstract

The summertime haze transported from the Gulf Coast northward in maritime tropical air masses is partially formed from emissions in the midwestern and northeastern United States. Several cases are documented in which sulfate particulates, formed from emissions in the Midwest and Northeast, traveled to the Gulf of Mexico and, in some cases, returned to their source regions.

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