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George Kallos, Marina Astitha, Petros Katsafados, and Chris Spyrou

). The cold period of the year is characterized by the low-index circulation that is associated with intense cyclogenetic activity. The anticyclonic type of circulation during this period is associated with a cold-core anticyclone lying over central Europe or the Balkan region. The warm period is characterized by the high-index circulation in which the North Atlantic Ocean low pressure centers extend over Europe and only edges of the fronts reach the GMR ( Kallos et al. 1993 ; Kassomenos et al. 1995

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Golam Sarwar and Prakash V. Bhave

in the Caltech Airshed Model. The model also included sea-salt emissions fluxes from the open ocean and coastal surf zone and several heterogeneous reactions leading to Cl 2 formation. They conducted air quality simulations for 8–9 September 1993 and concluded that the sea-salt-derived chlorine emissions can increase morning O 3 concentrations by a maximum of 12 ppbv in the coastal area and the peak O 3 concentrations by a maximum of 4 ppbv. Chang and Allen (2006) extended their earlier work

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Francis S. Binkowski, Saravanan Arunachalam, Zachariah Adelman, and Joseph P. Pinto

atmospheric aerosol. Atmos. Environ. , 29 , 875 – 883 . Michalsky , J. J. , J. C. Liljegren , and L. C. Harrison , 1995 : A comparison of sun photometer derivations of total column water vapor and ozone to standard measures of same at the Southern Great Plains Atmospheric Radiation Measurement site. J. Geophys. Res. , 100 , 25995 – 26003 . Sander , S. P. , and Coauthors , 2003 : Chemical kinetics and photochemical data for use in atmospheric studies, Evaluation Number 14. NASA Jet

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Edith Gégo, P. Steven Porter, Alice Gilliland, and S. Trivikrama Rao

calculate the changes in the daily maximum 8-h ozone, it appears that that the ozone improvement between the pre and post–SIP Call situations would be estimated at 17% if deduced from the raw data versus only 12% if deduced from the met-adj. data. Examination of the differences between changes estimated from the raw or met-adj. ozone data reveals that the met-adj. change is smaller than that assessed from raw data along most of the Atlantic Ocean coast (i.e., from North Carolina to Connecticut). On the

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