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Research Article

Simulation of Surface Ozone Pollution in the Central Gulf Coast Region Using WRF/Chem Model: Sensitivity to PBL and Land Surface Physics

Table 3

Statistical results for selected air quality species (O3, NO2) for experiments with different PBL and LSM physics.

ParameterExperimentSD 𝑅 BIASRMSE

O3 (ppbv)YSUSOIL10.690.68βˆ’8.9921.78
MYJSOIL11.450.68βˆ’11.2322.80
ACMSOIL12.650.59βˆ’16.0126.42
YSUNOAH10.300.66βˆ’8.1521.72
MYJNOAH11.410.71βˆ’10.0421.95
ACMNOAH12.670.54βˆ’13.6925.87
YSURUC9.640.66βˆ’8.7922.10
MYJRUC11.240.68βˆ’10.7422.46
ACMRUC13.580.60βˆ’14.2325.39
ACMPX11.700.56βˆ’16.0226.89

NO2 (ppbv)YSUSOIL2.260.36βˆ’4.486.18
MYJSOIL3.460.40βˆ’3.195.73
ACMSOIL4.360.28βˆ’1.796.73
YSUNOAH2.450.43βˆ’4.346.02
MYJNOAH3.460.47βˆ’3.195.64
ACMNOAH4.190.32βˆ’1.786.38
YSURUC1.780.41βˆ’4.576.18
MYJRUC3.300.32βˆ’3.365.91
ACMRUC3.540.24βˆ’1.946.39
ACMPX4.210.24βˆ’1.536.81

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