||Overview of the Climate Impact on Regional Air Quality (CIRAQ) Project.
Cooter, E. J. ;
Gilliland, A. ;
Benjey, W. ;
Gilliam, R. ;
Swall, J. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. National Exposure Research Lab.
Climate change ;
Air quality ;
Environmental impacts ;
Air pollution ;
Urban areas ;
US EPA ;
CIRAQ(Climate Impact on Regional Air Quality) ;
Climate impact on regional air quality
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Predicted changes in the global climate over the next hundred years and more could create new weather patterns and associated changes in land use, source emissions, and tropospheric air quality. The U.S. EPA Climate Impact on Regional Air Quality (CIRAQ) project, described in the report, examines present-day and future (circa. 2050) global climate scenarios as they might affect regional and urban tropospheric air quality in North America. This work supports the U.S.EPA Global Change Research Program (GCRP) as well as contributes to U.S. Climate Change Research Program (CCSP) synthesis reports dealing with atmospheric composition (CCSP, 2003).