Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application V

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Role of Atmospheric Models in Air Pollution Policy and Abatement Strategies.- Evaluating strategies for controlling acidification in Europe with a regional scale air quality model.- The feasibility and effectiveness of summer season or episodic SO2 emission controls to reduce acidic deposition in eastern North America.- Climatological variability in the evaluation of cost effectiveness of emission control strategies to reduce acid deposition.- Regional oxidant modeling of the Northeast US.- Technical uncertainty in quantitative policy analysis — A sulfur air pollution example.- The determination of air pollution abatement in Milan urban area.- Critical Air Quality or Worst-Case Meteorological Scenarios.- Meteorological events that produced the highest ground-level concentrations during complex terrain/field experiments.- Avacta II model simulations of worst-case air pollution scenarios in Northern Italy.- On-line wind field calculations for routine and emergency response applications.- Report on the study to evaluate air pollution episodes and intermittent control measure.- Planetary Boundary Layer and Turbulence Parameterization in Atmospheric Dispersion Models.- Parameterization of the atmospheric boundary layer for air pollution dispersion models.- Atmospheric dispersion modeling based upon boundary layer parameterization.- Modeling the diurnal variation of meteorological variables within the boundary layer — Preliminary comparison results «.- Statistical models of atmospheric dispersion.- Use of meteorological data to parameterize statistical dispersion models.- Atmospheric diffusion in the range 20 to 2000 Kilometers.- Short range dispersion within a system of regular valleys.- Determination of the relations governing the evolution of the standard deviations of the distribution of pollution.- Modeling of turbulence in stable layers and forecasting of pollution episodes.- Formation and Transport of Ozone and Aerosols in the Polluted Atmosphere.- An examination of the transport of ozone and its precursors in rural areas of the Eastern United States.- The transport of reactive pollutants within local circulations.- Modeling sulfur air quality and deposition in pristine areas.- Technical considerations in regional aerosol modeling.- First results of the data processing of the VIth European campaign on remote-sensing of air pollution.- A wind-field model for interpretation of remote-sensing data in a complex area.- Performance Evaluation of Atmospheric Dispersion/Transformation/Removal Models.- Expectations and experience in diffusion model validation.- Issues, design and interpretation of performance evaluations: ensuring the emperor has clothes.- Assessing the performance level of air quality models.- Simple statistical methods for comparative evaluation of air quality models.- The Danish gaussian air pollution model (OML): description, test and sensitivity analysis in view of regulatory applications.- Regional air quality model assessment and evaluation.- The use of acid deposition models in designing long-range tracer experiments.- The episodicity of statistical long range transport models.- South central coast cooperative aerometric monitoring program — An integrated atmospheric pollutant monitoring program for California outer continental shelf (OCS).- Application of linked three-dimensional PBL and dispersion models to New-York city.- A reentry plume fumigation model in a lakeshore environment.- Atmospheric dispersion around an isolated hill — Programme and preliminary results.- Initialization of the euler model “modis” with field data from the “epri plume model validation project”.- Concentration statistics by wind direction for 1976 St Louis SO2 measurements and model estimates.- Field experiments with tracer and tetroons to investigate atmospheric dispersion in the mesoscale range.- Dispersion Modeling of Hazardous Materials and Toxic Pollutants.- Dispersion modeling of hazardous materials in the wind tunnel.- Heavy gas dispersion modelling.- Physical and mathematical modelling of heavy gas dispersion — Accuracy and reliability.- Evaluation of Source strength and dispersion model predictions with data from large nitrogen tetroxide field experiments.- Comparison between data from the heavy gas dispersion experiments at thorney island and predictions of simple models.- A study of heavy gas effects on the atmospheric dispersion of dense gases.- A three-dimensional numerical model for the dispersion of heavy gases over complex terrain.- Participants.- Author’s Index.

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