n Clean Air Journal = Tydskrif vir Skoon Lug - Modelling of ozone over South Africa : needs and challenges : commentary




With a large range of precursor emission sources, both anthropogenic and natural, surface ozone levels in South Africa have a potential to be high enough to impact human health and plant life. It is also noted that with the increase in anthropogenic emissions due to development on a national scale, these surface ozone levels are likely to increase, making air quality management a necessary priority in securing improved human health.


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