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Climate Change, Air Pollution and Global Challenges by E. Paoletti, G Wieser, J-P. Tuovinen, T.N. Mikkelsen, P. Cudlin, N Clarke, Rainer Matyssek

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Chapter 4

Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds and Their Impacts on Biosphere–Atmosphere Interactions

Francesco Loreto*,1 and Silvano Fares,    *National Research Council (CNR), IPP, Florence, Italy,    Consiglio per la ricerca e la sperimentazione in agricoltura (CRA), Research Center for the Soil–Plant System (RPS), Rome, Italy,    1Corresponding author: e-mail: francesco.loreto@ipp.cnr.it

Abstract

Biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOC) play a critical role in biosphere–atmosphere interactions and are key constraints of the physical and chemical properties of the atmosphere, potentially influencing the climate and the quality of air, especially in the areas exposed to in situ release or long-range transport of anthropogenically polluted ...

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