Author(s): H. Hoffmann
This paper reports on statistical analysis of ozone data based on half-hour
averages for the years 1995 to 1999 at 32 Saxonian monitoring sites.
are irregularly distributed, concentrated in areas which are strongly loaded with
respect to primary pollutants, in the cities and along the mountain range along the
Czech-German boundary (Ore Mountains).
In the given case spatial interpolation is rather difficult because of the
heterogeneity of the monitoring network.
This concerns both the spatial
distribution of the sites as well as their representativeness, which differs heavily
for city stations, outskirts stations and rural stations.
The difficulties with ozone
statistics result from the fact that originally the monitoring network was
constructed to observe maximum c...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR010501
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