How does humidity affect ozone?

Organization(s):East Cobb Middle School
Student(s):Katie-Rose Slade
Grade Level:Secondary School (grades 9-12, ages 14-18)
GLOBE Teacher(s):Twila McMullan
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Report Type(s):Standard Research Report
Protocols:Relative Humidity, Surface Ozone
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Date Submitted:05/06/2013
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I researched the conditions that humidity and ozone changed (weather, sunlight, temperature). Then I formed my hypotheses, which was, "I think that if we have a high humidity there will be more ozone because the ozone would spread in the humidity."



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Why did you choose to examine ozone with respect to humidity? What do you think would happen with ozone during the high humidity of the summer months?

Posted on 5/15/13 4:32 PM.

Hello Katie Rose, If you were to research this question again, "How does a weather variable affect surface ozone" what modifications would you make? What additional data could you add to help you explore the relationship of surface ozone and weather phenomena?

Posted on 5/22/13 6:01 PM.

Nice work, Katie-Rose! I am interested in your hypothesis - how did you decide that ozone would spread more in higher relative humidities? Also, I wanted to confirm about your units - were you measuring relative humidity as a percent? Or what units were you using when measuring humidity?

I look forward to reading your answers!

Posted on 5/23/13 4:20 PM.