3 December 2014

Special issue published: "Harmonisation Within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling For Regulatory Purposes: Part II"

International Journal of Environment and Pollution 55(1/2/3/4) 2014

Extended versions of papers presented at the 15th International Conference on Harmonsation within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes (HARMO 15).
  • The use of probabilistic plume predictions for the consequence assessment of atmospheric releases of hazardous materials
  • Roughness length parameterisation in urban boundary layers
  • PRTRval: a software tool for the validation of E-PRTR emissions data
  • Application of a Lagrangian particle model to the source apportionment for primary macropollutants in Taranto area (South Italy)
  • Study of the urban heat island in Lecce (Italy) by means of ADMS and ENVI-MET
  • Pollutant source identification in a city district by means of a street network inverse model
  • Analytical offline approach for concentration fluctuations and higher order concentration moments
  • Sensitivity analysis of the modelled deposition of 137Cs on the Japanese land following the Atmospheric dispersion and individual exposure of hazardous materials. Validation and intercomparison studies
  • Inverting time dependent concentration signals to estimate pollutant emissions in case of accidental or deliberate release
  • Source identification by a statistical analysis of backward trajectories based on peak pollution events
  • Children's exposure to traffic-related pollution: assessment of CO exposure in a typical school day
  • Evaluation of the influence of micrometeorological data on concentration estimates
  • First evaluation of a novel screening tool for outlier detection in large scale ambient air quality datasets
  • Evaluation of detection abilities of monitoring networks using multiple assessment criteria
  • Simulation of plume dispersion using different stack configurations and meteorological inputs
  • Analysis of fire behaviour simulations over Spain with WRF-FIRE
  • Chemical reactions at street scale using a Lagrangian particle dispersion model
  • Numerical simulations of street canyon ventilation and pollutant dispersion
  • Operational short term health impact assessment of air pollution modelling system over Europe
  • A preliminary analysis of measurements from a near-field pollutants dispersion campaign in a stratified surface layer
  • PRESAXIO regional air quality modelling system: validation and applications
  • Comparison of spatial rainfall data calculated with a meteorological model and from interpolation of measurements - implications for FRAME modelled wet deposition
  • Unified model intercomparison for volcanic ash transport modelling
  • Modelling dispersion of smoke from wildfires in a Mediterranean area
  • Development and integration of a subgrid urban surface scheme in a limited area model

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