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Atmospheric long-range transport lead laboratory methodology
by Brookhaven National Laboratory, Available from National Technical Information Service in [Upton, N.Y.?], Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Statement||Ronald E. Meyers ... [et al.] ; prepared for the Regional Assessment Division, Office of Technology Impacts, U.S. Department of Energy|
|Series||Regional issue identification and assessment program (RIIA) issue paper -- 2|
|Contributions||Meyers, Ronald E, United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Technology Impacts. Division of Regional Assessments, Brookhaven National Laboratory. Atmospheric Sciences Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Get this from a library. Atmospheric long-range transport lead laboratory methodology. [Ronald E Meyers; United States. Department of Energy.
Office of Technology Impacts. Division of Regional Assessments.; Brookhaven National Laboratory. Atmospheric Sciences Division.;]. A methodology to characterise the sources of uncertainties in atmospheric transport modelling with the largest uncertainties related to nitrate particles and long-range transport issues.
The averaging time used to define the mean varies depending on the scales of motion associated with the problem. For example, dispersive components of wind motions considered in the long-range transport of pollutants include motions that are also considered to be mean components in the dispersion of pollutants within m of a by: 8.
Progress 10/01/07 to 09/30/12 Outputs OUTPUTS: One major objective of the project was to characterize the long-range transport of air pollutants and their impacts (changes in growth and/or yield) on crop and forest receptors downwind or farther away from source areas.
A critical and a basic scientific issue is the need to understand the dispersion of pollutants over. ure 11 shows a classic example of long-range transport of Asian desert dust crossing the North Paciﬁc to reach North American during April (e.g.
Uno et al., ). Institute of Environmental Systems Research, University of Osnabrück, D Osnabrück, Germany, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich, CH Zürich, Switzerland, SwCited by: Atmosphere, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
UMR CNRS, University of Rennes 2, Rennes, France Interests: Quantitative estimation of land surface variables for natural resources management in the context of global change from satellite remote sensing; Spatio-temporal analysis of remotely sensed data to bring improved information for natural resource.
EPA/a July ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION PARAMETERS IN GAUSSIAN PLUME MODELING Part I. Review of Current Systems and Possible Future Developments by A. Weber Associate Professor of Meteorology Department of Geosciences North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina U.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. The heterogeneous reactions of ambient particulate matter (PM)-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and nitro-PAHs (NPAHs) with NO3/N2O5, OH radicals, and O3 were studied in a laboratory photochemical chamber.
Ambient PM and PM10 samples were collected from Beijing, China, and Riverside, California, and exposed under simulated Cited by: Martyn Chipperfield is a member of the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science.
His research specialism is in analysis of satellite data and chemistry-climate interactions, satellite and regional aircraft/ground-based data, and WRF-Chem modelling, to quantify the contribution of long-range transport. Table of Contents List of Figures viii 1.
Introduction 1 2. Model Development and Diagnostic Testing 3 Introduction 3 CMAQ Aerosol Module 3 CMAQ Chemistry Mechanisms 4 Air Toxics Modeling 5 Mercury Modeling 7 Multiscale Meteorological Modeling for Air Quality 7 Planetary Boundary Layer Modeling for Meteorology and Air Quality 10.
Free troposphere and stratospheric CO 2 is a long-lived greenhouse gas (LLGHG), which is an effective tracer of atmospheric dynamics and transport in these layers. It has an atmospheric lifetime of 50 to years [1,2] and contributes about 66% of the gaseous radiative forcing responsible for anthropogenic climate the LLGHGs, CO 2 increases have Author: Xolile G.
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Suggested Citation:"References."National Research Council. Global Sources of Local Pollution: An Assessment of Long-Range Transport of. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Their Global Atmospheric Emissions, Transport, and Lung Cancer Risk Huizhong Shen (auth.) This thesis presents a comprehensive analysis of the global health impacts of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in ambient air, conducted on the basis of a high-resolution emission inventory, global chemical.
Air pollution occurs when harmful or excessive quantities of substances are introduced into Earth's s of air pollution include gases (such as ammonia, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrous oxides, methane and chlorofluorocarbons), particulates (both organic and inorganic), and biological may cause diseases, allergies and even death to.
The study thus revealed that the long range transport accounts for 15–50%, while climate change contributes to 10–30% in both scenarios. Regional scale models have also been used to assess the health impacts that could be attributed to regional background pollution in addition to that caused by the local by: Conclusions.
The role of long-term atmospheric monitoring in Polar Regions as a versatile tool for the evaluation and assessment of compound specific distribution and transport processes, is today fully recognised by the international scientific community as Cited by: 3. Formal risk assessment is a required component of most professional dive planning, but the format and methodology may uences of an incident due to an identified hazard are generally chosen from a small number of standardised categories, and probability is estimated based on statistical data on the rare occasions when it is available, and on a best guess.
The possibility of atmospheric long-range transport episodes from South America to Signy Island was pointed out by Kallenbornin which measured POPs such as polychlorinated biphenyls and pesticides in ambient air at Signy Island (Antarctica), a sub-Antarctic sampling station, over a period of 17 weeks in the austral summer of Cited by: 2.
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Atmospheric transport and suspension of dust frequently brings electrification, which may be substantial. Electric fields of 10 kV m−1 to kV m−1 have been observed at the surface beneath suspended dust in the terrestrial atmosphere, and some electrification has been observed to persist in dust at levels to 5 km, as well as in volcanic by: