Ozonosphere Dilution and Its Trend
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Chemistry | Albania | Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020

Ozonosphere Dilution and Its Trend

Engjell Mehmetaj

Purpose: Antractide Pole measurements show increased UV radiation. These increasing values of radiationcan be attributed to the deep ozone hole which is concentrated in the South Pole. The study identifies Ozone deficiency in the Troposphere. Methodology: The thought is grounded in the comparison between the data of Ozone from Automatic urban air monitoring stations (SA) in Albania (2 pcs) and some SA (19 pcs) around the world EPA, analyzing future prospects. Results: Ozone values in Winter, droop according to a polynomial curve R2 = 0.979. The minimum is in December. The distribution of the minimum value is: December 52 %, February 14 %, September, 14 %, August 10 % October, 5 % November5 %. In the Urban Area, monthly mean ozone concentrationin the summer months grows, while overnight for the same period decrease. Reduce concentration at night, occurs according to a polynomial curve R2 = 0.955. Increasing temperatures, reflects with increasing Ozone concentration in July and August. In other months, like rising temperatures so also lowering temperatures, accompanied with a decrease in the concentration of Ozone. In an urban center, concentration over 3 years of NO and O3 has exponential behavior from year to year, specifically: Nitrous Oxide NO: R2 = 0.862 increase exponential, Ozone O3: R2 = 0.948, there is a discount exponentially. Conclusion: I. Low value of Ozone in winter season to all stations, as well lower values at stations near the pole; prove the connection that Solar radiation has in his concentration. II. Increasing the average monthly value in Summer, is dedicated to Photolysis reactions. III. Reduce the concentration of Ozone at night, comes from urban pollution. IV. Increasing urban pollution, year by year, is lowering the concentration of Ozone in the Troposphere tow

Keywords: WHO-World Health Organization, IPH- Institute of Public HealthEPA- Environmental Protection Agency, SA- Automatic Urban Pollution Monitoring Stations tr cent-short for SA in the center of Tirana

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020

Pages: 1177 - 1182

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Engjell Mehmetaj, "Ozonosphere Dilution and Its Trend", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR20207184821, Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020, 1177 - 1182

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