Smog Study Results to be Reported
For immediate release
SACRAMENTO – California Environmental Protection Agency’s Air Resources Board and the South Coast Air Quality Management District will hold a three-day conference to report the results of an $8 million Southern California smog study:
February 13-15, 2001 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
South Coast Air Quality Management District
21865 East Copley Dr.
Diamond Bar, 91765-4182
The 1997 Southern California Ozone - NARSTO Study (SCOS97-NARSTO), done during the peak summer pollution season, studied ozone formation and movement in Southern California. Ozone remains one of the most health-damaging pollutants of urban smog.