William Kelly

co-author, 'Smogtown'

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Staff correspondent for the weekly California Energy Circuit and co-author of Smogtown: The Lung-Burning History of Pollution in Los Angeles; former spokesman for the South Coast Air Quality Management District   

William Kelly on KCRW

Temperatures are on the rise and the inversion layer's returning to Southern California. All that exhaust from all those cars is staying with us.

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Temperatures are on the rise and the inversion layer's returning to Southern California. All that exhaust from all those cars is staying with us.

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