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The level of the surface of the ground, above (or below) which the height of a structure (or depth of excavation) is measured.
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Weather and climate affect both the concentration of ground-level ozone in the ambient air and to what degree the stomata are open," Klingberg explained.
After a long, drawn-out process (the hospital was involved in a class-action lawsuit), bulldozers excavated and code-compliant parking was finally created on the garage's ground-level.
The report, Ground-Level Ozone in the 21st Century, said the UK figure looked set to increase by at least 50% by 2020 as a result of growing emissions and climate change.
Lennox Industries today announced the introduction of Lennox Healthy Climate, a line of residential indoor air quality products that do not produce ground-level ozone.
The fires also boosted ground-level ozone across the northern continental United States, even increasing levels of this pollutant by 10% as far away as Europe.
And the S40's specially coated radiator changes ground-level ozone into oxygen as air passes through--proving that not all environmentally responsible cars are hybrids.
Offers ground-level centralized pressure test ports for troubleshooting of all working functions as well as a central lubrication system
The National Alternative Fuels Association (NAFA) recently called upon the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to suspend its new gasoline regulation, which, the organization claims, is causing a rise in gasoline prices of up to 50 cents per gallon and increasing urban ground-level ozone nationwide.
To investigate potential effects of a wind farm that includes thousands of windmills, Roy and his colleagues used a detailed climate model based on wind speeds, temperatures, and ground-level evaporation in north-central Oklahoma during a 2-week period in July 1995.
Tsukuba University and the state-run National Agency for the Advancement of Sports and Health created the system, which offers audiences about a dozen image options sent from cameras installed on the stadium roof as well as different ground-level locations.
Ground-level ozone, a precursor of smog linked to respiratory ailments in humans, is known to slow the growth of some plants.