Natural Environment Monitoring 2006, No 7, 33-37
THE COMPARISON OF MEASUREMENTS NEAR-SURFACE OZONE CONCENTRATION ON CHOSEN EUROPEAN STATIONS
The ozone is the natural component of troposphere produced during photochemical reactions. On terrain of Europe measurements of this gas have been led since 19th century.
Investigations published by many authors (np. Chatfield, Harrisom 1977, Fabian, Pruchniewicz 1976, 1977, Loibl and others 1994, Brönnimann and others 2000, Ribas, Penuelas 2004) prove, that concentrations ozone size as well as its dynamics are closelycoupled with the bearings measuring point. The quantity of ozone and its occurrence cycle change with geographical latitude as well as height over the sea level.
The stations laid on different heights over the sea level and being more or less breadth geographical wise of The Holy Cross Station, were chosen to analysis. Moreover, the European stations, executed the distant the regard himself about 10o geographical latitude and laid on the height approximate to the location of Holy Cross station (475 – 534 m a.g.l.), were compared.
On the grounds of the measurements of ozone was executed the analysis of concentrations with the agglomeration help of method Warda where it was the measure of distance 1 – r Pearsona. All accessible results of measurements were used in first phase of analysis. Singles out four groups of station was the result of analysis answering diverse position.