Underlying assumptions of air quality need to be redefined

Long-term measurements in the urban area of Innsbruck, Austria, show that the fraction of ozone near the surface tends to be overestimated in atmospheric models. Consequently, a fundamental assumption for air quality forecasting has to be reinterpreted for urban areas. Direct nitrogen dioxide emissions are also likely overestimated.

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