Role of Atmospheric Models in Air Pollution Policy and Abatement Strategies.- Statistical Approach to Deterministic Modelling of Air Pollution and Its Applications in Russia.- Risk Assessment of Airborne Sulphur Species in Poland.- Application of Models-3/CMAQ in Air Pollution Policy Strategies during High Particulate Episodes over Eastern North America.- Integrated Regional Modelling.- Modelling of Particulate Air Pollution in Northern Italy.- Measurements and Modeling of Regional Air Quality in Three Southeast United States National Parks.- Modeling of Air Pollution and Development of Air Quality Management Plan for Iskenderun Region in Turkey.- Long-Range Transport of Large Particles in Case of a Nuclear Accident or Explosion.- Chemical Mechanisms in two Photochemical Modelling Systems: A Comparison Procedure.- Wintertime and Summertime Evaluation of the Regional PM Air Quality Model AURAMS.- Apportionment of Pollutants in an Urban Airshed: Calgary, Canada, A Case Study.- Air Pollution Dispersion Modelling in Surrounding of Industrial Zone of City of Pancevo.- Modeling the Impact of Global Climate and Regional Land Use Change on Regional Climate and Air Quality over the Northeastern United States.- Simulation of Meteorological Conditions and Surface Ozone Concentrations with MM5 and CAMx in Istanbul.- AURAMS Runs during the Pacific2001 Time Period-A Model/Measurement Comparison.- Estimates of Future PM2.5 Levels in Southeastern United States.- Evaluating Seasonal Model Simulations of Ozone in Northern Italy.- Air Quality Operational Process Analysis by Using MM5-CMAQ over the Iberian Peninsula: A Web Based Application.- Local and Urban Effects of Air Pollution in Southern Germany.- Global and Long-Range Transport.- Citydelta: A European Modelling Intercomparison to Predict Air-Quality in 2010.- A Nested Hemispheric Model for Simulations of Atmospheric CO2.- The Role of Cumulus Parameterisation in Global and Regional Sulphur Transport.- Long-range Transport of a Severe Asian Dust Storm (Yellow Sand) Observed in Korea During 21-23 March in 2002.- Studying Pollution Levels in Bulgaria by Using a Fine Resolution Dispersion Model.- Aerosols as Atmospheric Contaminants.- Modelling of Atmospheric Mercury Transport, Chemistry and Deposition: Recent Achievements and Current Problems.- Some Preliminary Results Concerning the Hg Budget Estimates for the State of New York.- Contribution of Desert Dust Transport to Air Quality Degradation of Urban Environments Recent Model Developments.- New Developments.- Once More on the Advection Schemes: Desription on Trap-Schemes.- Modeling of Diffuse Solar Radiation in the City of São Paulo Using Neural-Network Technique.- Scaling Analysis of Ozone Precursor Relationships.- Some Aspects of Turbulence and Dispersion in Low Wind Speed Conditions.- Coupling an Aerosol Module to a Deterministic Long Term Ozone Exposure Model.- GLOREAM-Global and Regional Atmospheric Modelling.- The Combined Effect of Mechanical and Thermal Forcing on the Dispersion of a Plume: Fine-Scale Modeling and Parameterization.- Data Assimilation for CTM based on Optimum Interpolation and Kaiman Filter.- Mass-Conservation Issues in Modelling Regional Aerosols.- Kalman Filter Analysis of Boundary Layer Ozone in Europe with a Chemistry Transport Model.- An Eddy Diffusivity Derivation for the Non-Isotropic Convective Decaying Turbulence in the Residual Layer.- Forward and Inverse Simulations with Finnish Emergency Model SILAM.- The Chemistry-Transport Modeling System LM-MUSCAT: Description and Citydelta Applications.- Simulation at Neighborhood Scale with CMAQ.- Model Assessment and Verification.- Regional Circulations within the Iberian Peninsula East Coast.- The Evaluation of Regional-Scale Air Quality Models as part of NOAA's Air Quality Forecasting Pilot Program.- Roof Level Urban Tracer Experiment: Measurement and Modelling.- Comparison of the Space-Time Signatures of Air Quality Data from Different Monitoring Networks.-
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Carlos Borrego is Professor of Environmental Engineering and Air Pollution Modeling at the University of Aveiro (Portugal). Former Minister of Environment (Portuguese Government) and President of the European Union delegation to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Rio 1992). Chairman of the International Technical Meetings of NATO/CCMS.
Selahattin Incecik is Professor in Meteorology, Air Pollution Meteorology and Air Pollution Modeling. Former Head of Department of Meteorology, ITU. Representative of Turkey in NATO ITM of Air Pollution Modelling. Representative of University in National Atmospheric Research Council. Lead author of IPCC/TEAP Safeguarding the Ozone Layer and Global Climate System, 2005 (in preparation).
This volume covers the latest scientific developments in the real world applications of pollution modeling. Topics covered include: the role of atmospheric models in air pollution policy and abatement strategies; integrated regional modelling; global and long-range transport; aerosols as atmospheric contaminants; model assessment and verification; and application of new concepts in different regions of the world.
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