SUMMARY OF THE PORTLAND AEROSOL CHARACTERIZATION STUDY (PACS).

John A. Cooper, John G. Watson, James J. Huntzicker

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A summary of the Portland Oregon Aerosol Characterization Study (PACS), its methods and principal findings is presented. The objectives of the PACS were to determine quantitatively the contribution of major aerosol source types to the Portland airshed. A modified chemical mass balance method was used to quantify each source's contribution.

LanguageEnglish (US)
JournalProceedings, Annual Meeting - Air Pollution Control Association
Volume2
StatePublished - 1800
Externally publishedYes

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SUMMARY OF THE PORTLAND AEROSOL CHARACTERIZATION STUDY (PACS). / Cooper, John A.; Watson, John G.; Huntzicker, James J.

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