17 June 2012

Special issue: 12th International Conference on Harmonisation within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes

International Journal of Environment and Pollution 47(1-4) 2012
  • Dry deposition modelling in a Lagrangian dispersion model
  • Dispersion model input parameters from numerical weather prediction or synoptic observations
  • Comparison of two point-to-point protocols for transport and dispersion model evaluations
  • Evaluating emergency response models of radiological dispersion in complex terrain
  • Evaluations of urban atmospheric transport and dispersion models using data from the Joint Urban 2003 field experiment
  • Source apportionment of PM2.5 in urban areas using multiple linear regression as an inverse modelling technique
  • The challenge of improving urban air quality: effects of hybrid cars, introduction in Barcelona and Madrid (Spain)
  • Evaluation of new model tools for meeting the targets of the EU Air Quality Directive: a case study on the studded tyre use in Sweden
  • A Lagrangian particle model with chemical reactions: application in real atmosphere
  • Modelling of atmospheric flow and dispersion in the wake of a cylindrical obstacle
  • A GIS based air quality system for the Apulia region, southern Italy
  • PM source apportionment analysis in the Venetian area
  • Validation of a mesoscale meteorological simulation over Po Valley
  • Combined use of space-borne observations of NO2 and regional CTM model for air quality monitoring in Northern Italy
  • Source apportionment technique: inorganic aerosol transformation processes in the Milan area
  • Field experiments of flow and dispersion within a street canyon in outdoor urban scale model
  • Application of adjoint CMAQ chemical transport model in the Athens greater area: sensitivities study on ozone concentrations
  • A fast model for pollutant dispersion at the neighbourhood scale
  • Dispersion modelling of traffic particulate matter in city-scale area
  • Evaluation of AirGIS: a GIS-based air pollution and human exposure modelling system
  • An investigation of the urban heat island of Rome through a canyon-based subgrid scheme
  • An application of ventilation efficiency concepts to the analysis of building density effects on urban flow and pollutant concentration
  • On the wind flow patterns under neutral and unstable conditions in an urban area
  • Flow instabilities within an urban intersection
  • A metamodelling implementation of a two-way coupled mesoscale-microscale flow model for urban area simulations
  • Study of natural and traffic-producing turbulences analysing full-scale data from four street canyons
  • Air dispersion modelling for individual exposure studies
  • LAGFLUM, a stationary 3D Lagrangian stochastic numerical micromixing model for concentration fluctuations: validation in canopy turbulence, on the MUST wind tunnel experiment
  • Towards a model evaluation protocol for urban scale flow and dispersion models
  • Experimental study of turbulence and vertical temperature profile in the urban boundary layer
  • WORM: A new open road line source model for low wind speed conditions

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