Statistical summary of air quality data for metropolitian Cleveland, Ohio, 1967 - 1972 : Total suspended particulates, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide
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- Air-quality data for metropolitan Cleveland, Ohio, from 1967 through 1972 were collated and statistically analyzed. Total suspended particulates (TSP) departed from lognormal distribution in 1972. Nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide, departed significantly from lognormal distributions in 1972. In Cleveland the Ohio standards were not met. However, the data indicate a general improvement in air quality. Unusually high precipitation (43% above the average in 1972) may be responsible in lowering these values from the 1971 levels. The mean values of TSP, NO2, and SO2 are 104, 191, and 83 microgram/cu m respectively.
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- Document ID: 19740026699.
Accession ID: 74N34812.
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