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grl22864-sup-0002-ts01.txtplain text document0KTable S1. Total global and anthropogenic emissions in the base simulation, and percent changes in the total global emissions corresponding to a 20% reduction in anthropogenic emissions.
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grl22864-sup-0005-fs01.epsPS document1287KFigure S1. Definitions of the USA, Europe, and Asia regions in Figure 2 of the main paper.
grl22864-sup-0006-fs02.epsPS document1245KFigure S2. Monthly distribution of the change in the population-weighted 8-hr. surface ozone, at steady state, for global, Asia, USA, and Europe.
grl22864-sup-0007-fs03.epsPS document284KFigure S3. The “O3 season” in each grid cell.

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