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Synonyms for ground level

the height of the ground on which something stands


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the floor of a building that is at or nearest to the level of the ground around the building

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In reality, the Americans-young children, the elderly, and those who already suffer from certain chronic diseases-who are most likely to benefit from being active outdoors are unfortunately those who are most vulnerable to the dangers of dirty air and ground-level ozone.
The new NASA field campaign will make measurements from aircraft in combination with ground-based observation sites to help scientists better understand how to observe ground-level pollution from space in the future.
Professor David Fowler, chairman of the Royal Society's ground-level ozone working group, said ozone was a global traveller, with the gas and the pollutants which form it often transported far from their point of origin.
Lennox Industries today announced the introduction of Lennox Healthy Climate, a line of residential indoor air quality products that do not produce ground-level ozone.
Fans can watch the same scene from ground-level cameras, including one located behind the goal line.
The National Alternative Fuels Association (NAFA) recently called upon the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to suspend its new gasoline regulation, which, the organization claims, is causing a rise in gasoline prices of up to 50 cents per gallon and increasing urban ground-level ozone nationwide.
High levels of ground-level ozone affect everyone, especially children, the elderly and people with respiratory illnesses," McGinty said.
The AQP, which provides summertime ground-level ozone forecasts and encourages voluntary actions to reduce pollution, also announced that it has expanded its focus to include year-round forecasting for particle pollution.
Robert Futterman, CEO, Karen Bellantoni, senior managing director, and Beth Rosen, associate, are representing Taconic Investment Partners LLC in leasing 730 s/f of ground-level retail space at 450 Park Ave.
to tackle the issue of voluntarily managing ground-level ozone levels before they reach unacceptable levels -- at which time the state would be ordered to address the problem under federal regulation," says Bill Droessler, director of Clean Air Minnesota.
By the time all the requirements of the agreement are instituted in 2013, Virginia and West Virginia will benefit from a significant reduction in sulfur dioxide, a contributor to acid rain, and nitrogen oxide, which combines with sunlight to form ground-level ozone in the summer.
The four-story, L-shaped building is rising on the last piece of the former Colgate-Palmolive assemblage and will feature 40 elegantly-designed homes on three residential floors situated over ground-level covered parking.
Pennsylvania, along with 11 other mid-Atlantic and northeastern states and the District of Columbia, will kick off the 2003 ozone season with a variety of informative community events aimed at helping people avoid the dangerous health effects of ground-level ozone.
PremAir is a catalytic coating applied to a vehicle's radiator that destroys up to 80% of the harmful ground-level ozone in the air that passes across it.