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. .. Bilan-de-l'ozone-troposphérique, 47 2.2 Variation saisonnière des gradients verticaux d'ozone et de NO 2 à la surface 49 2.3 Variation saisonnière de NO 2 à la surface

. .. Heures-de-mesures-du-lidar-ozone, 54 2.7 Variation saisonnière des profils verticaux d'ozone (0-3 km)

. .. , 67 3.3 Concentration d'ozone à la surface à l'échelle régionale les 9, p.10, 2014.

, Localisations des instruments utilisés dans l'étude sur VEGILOT, p.71

. .. Paris, 77 3.7 Comparaison du jet nocturne modélisé par WRF avec celui observé par le LIDAR à Paris

.. .. Etendue,

. .. Régionale, 84 3.10 Concentrations d'ozone à la surface à l'échelle régionale les 9, vol.10, 2014.

. Structure and . .. 1d,

. .. , Structure générale de KPP (Kinetic PreProcessor), p.91

. .. 1d, Emissions de NO 2 et de l'éthanol dans PACT, p.94

. Profils-de-température and . .. 1d, , p.94

, Profils d'ozone simulés par PACT 1D

, Concentrations de NO 2 et NO simulées à la surface par PACT 1D, p.97

. .. 1d, Concentration de O x simulée à la surface par PACT, p.97