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West Florida Ozone Study

The West Florida Ozone Study (WFOS) was initiated in July of 2002 for the purpose of extending the databases and modeling tools developed for the Gulf Coast Ozone Study (GCOS) to provide a technically up-to-date and more detailed analysis of 8-hour ozone issues for Pensacola and other areas located along the Florida panhandle.

  • Executive Summary
    [PDF - 152kb]
    This summary is contained in the report titled “Conceptual Description of 8-Hour Ozone in the Pensacola Area and Along the Florida Panhandle”, but is provided here as a separate document for persons interested only in a brief overview of the study.
  • Conceptual Description
    [PDF - 2.9 MB]
    A conceptual description of 8-Hour Ozone in the Pensacola Area and Along the Florida Panhandle.
  • West Florida Ozone Study (WFOS) Data Analysis and Modeling Study
    [PDF - 7.6 MB]
    This reports summarizes the methods and results of the WFOS photochemical modeling analysis. 

Last updated: August 04, 2014

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