This work discusses the impact of biogenic VOC (bVOC) emissions from an idealized park of Quercus ilex L. on the ozone ground concentration in a Mediterranean city located in southern Italy. Emissions were calculated as a function of leaf temperature and photosynthetically active radiation. Numerical simulations were performed for a week in July 2012 using the local-scale ADMS-Urban model coupled with the mesoscale model BOLCHEM. Preliminary results show that emitted bVOC lead to an increase of ozone concentration in the central hours of the day.

A Modeling Study of the Influence of Biogenic Emissions on Ozone Concentration in a Mediterranean City

Buccolieri R.;
2021

Abstract

This work discusses the impact of biogenic VOC (bVOC) emissions from an idealized park of Quercus ilex L. on the ozone ground concentration in a Mediterranean city located in southern Italy. Emissions were calculated as a function of leaf temperature and photosynthetically active radiation. Numerical simulations were performed for a week in July 2012 using the local-scale ADMS-Urban model coupled with the mesoscale model BOLCHEM. Preliminary results show that emitted bVOC lead to an increase of ozone concentration in the central hours of the day.
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