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The impact on tropospheric ozone formation on the implementation of a program for mobile emissions control: a case study in São Paulo, Brazil (2007)

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  • USP Schools: IAG
  • DOI: 10.1007/s10652-007-9018-7
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      SÁNCHEZ CCOYLLO, Odón R; ANDRADE, Maria de Fátima; MARTINS, Leila Droprinchinski; YNOUE, Rita Yuri. The impact on tropospheric ozone formation on the implementation of a program for mobile emissions control: a case study in São Paulo, Brazil. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, Dordrecht, v. 7, n. 2, p. 95-119, 2007. DOI: 10.1007/s10652-007-9018-7.
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      Sánchez Ccoyllo, O. R., Andrade, M. de F., Martins, L. D., & Ynoue, R. Y. (2007). The impact on tropospheric ozone formation on the implementation of a program for mobile emissions control: a case study in São Paulo, Brazil. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 7( 2), 95-119. doi:10.1007/s10652-007-9018-7
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      Sánchez Ccoyllo OR, Andrade M de F, Martins LD, Ynoue RY. The impact on tropospheric ozone formation on the implementation of a program for mobile emissions control: a case study in São Paulo, Brazil. Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 2007 ; 7( 2): 95-119.
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      Sánchez Ccoyllo OR, Andrade M de F, Martins LD, Ynoue RY. The impact on tropospheric ozone formation on the implementation of a program for mobile emissions control: a case study in São Paulo, Brazil. Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 2007 ; 7( 2): 95-119.

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