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Ozone scientists, air quality agencies to meet in Reno, address issue

A conference on atmospheric ozone, a highly reactive form of oxygen that can cause health and environmental problems, is being hosted by the Western States Air Resources Council and the University of Nevada, Reno. The conference, which begins Wednesday, will address current policy issues and increase understanding of the science regarding concentrations, sources and transport in the western United States.

"We've had a lot of interest in the conference and because of this, decided to move from campus to the Silver Legacy to accommodate the turnout," Mae Gustin, University of Nevada, Reno professor and co-organizer of the conference, said. "Presentations …

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