February 26 System Global Forecast System recorded in the area of the Pacific Northwest and a large-scale high concentration of carbon monoxide. Gas splash occurred near major geological faults in the vast area stretching from British Columbia through the states of Oregon and Washington to California. On average, the volume of carbon monoxide on February 26 reached 5,000 ppbv in southwestern Canada to 40 000 ppbv off the coast of California.
Depending on these values in the area 50-265 times higher than background levels in normal components 150 ppbv. Peak performance recorded in Northern California near the city of Eureka and the southern edge of the subsection zone of Cascades linearly Length of the area along which the immersion of one crustal blocks under the other, as well as in Central California – north and west of Los Angeles along the fault line San Andreas. Read the rest of this entry »