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Invisible Gases Form Most Organic Haze in Urban, Rural Areas

July 9, 2007

San Bernadino Valley A new study involving the University of Colorado at Boulder shows that invisible, reactive gases hovering over Earth's surface, not direct emissions of particulates, form the bulk of organic haze in both urban and rural areas around the world. Full Story

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