Ozone Risk Assessment for European Vegetation


Tropospheric ozone is the most critical air pollutant for plants. In recent years, common research goals have brought together different groups working on plant/ozone interactions, interested in establishing a European network that could efficiently make progress in this important research area. In this context, the international workshop on “Ozone risk assessment for European vegetation” was held on May 10- 11, 2007 in Capri (Naples, Italy).


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Fagnano, M., & Maggio, A. (2008). Ozone Risk Assessment for European Vegetation. Italian Journal of Agronomy, 3(1), 3-6. https://doi.org/10.4081/ija.2008.3