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Ground-level Ozone

Figure 17.10

This figure appears in chapter 17 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.

Ground-level ozone is an air pollutant that is harmful to human health and which generally increases with rising temperatures. The map shows projected changes in average annualground level ozone pollution concentration in 2050 as compared to 2001, using a mid-range emissions scenario (A1B, which assumes gradual reductions from current emissions trends beginning around mid-century). (Figure source: adapted from Tagaris et al. 2009c275ae44-75e4-4974-81ea-fe7119474ffb).

When citing this figure, please reference adapted from Tagaris et al. 2009c275ae44-75e4-4974-81ea-fe7119474ffb.

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This figure was created on February 21, 2014.

This figure was derived from Potential Impact of Climate Change on Air Pollution-Related Human Health Effects using the activity nca3-ground-level-zone-activity-1 (The figure provides a quantitative representation of the change in estimated ground-level ozone concentration from 2001 to 2050)

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