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Friday, October 29, 2004

 
While we're on the subject of the environment: Smog levels hit a record low in 2004, declining an average of 50 percent over 2003 levels, which themselves were record lows.

Author Joel Schwartz concedes that "annual variations in weather create the large short-term variability in smog levels, but superimposed on this is a long-term decline in ozone exceedances due to emission reductions."


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