Reactive Hydrocarbons in the Atmosphere. Chapter 2, "Biogenic Emissions of Volatile Organic C . Nichola s Hewitt, Ed. 1999 . 32 2 pp. $75.00. Compounds from Higher Plants," by Fall, begins by Hardbound . Academi c Press. ISBN 0-12-346240-1 . noting that more than several thousand natural VOCs have been detected in the atmosphere with many more The eight chapters of Reactive Hydrocarbons in the probably not yet reported. These compounds are of Atmosphere provide an overview of the importance, considerable importance since a major difficulty in the origin, the measurement techniques, and the pri- crafting regulations to control air pollution is that natu- mary kinetic pathways of atmospheric volatile organic ral VOCs are not readily subject to any type of con- compounds (VOCs). A defining statement of the in- trol. He then describes which species appear to be of tended readership and justification for this book is greatest importance to air quality studies, also present- given at the end of chapter 2 when R. Fall notes that ing the underlying mechanism for the formation of "continued progress in understanding biogenic VOC VOCs. The latter is an important area of study if bet- processes at different scales—from genes, proteins,
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