Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application XIV by Peter J. H. Builtjes (auth.), Sven-Erik Gryning, Francis A.

By Peter J. H. Builtjes (auth.), Sven-Erik Gryning, Francis A. Schiermeier (eds.)

Proceedings of the Millennium NATO/CCMS foreign Technical assembly on pollution Modeling and its program, held may perhaps 15-19 in Boulder, Colorado.
This quantity is the most recent in a chain of lawsuits courting again to 1971. The e-book addresses the matter of pollution and reviews the newest findings and advancements in pollution modeling, from a really overseas record of contributors.

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The obvious consequence is that – within a general regulatory framework without any modelling guidance or control at the EU-level – major discrepancies between the simulated results and the real impact of new sources of air pollution do occur. As ‘open market’ and ‘free competition’ are basic rights and obligations within the European Union, it is obvious that not harmonised regulatory models can lead to unfair competition when the location of a new industrial plant or zone has to be decided, as well as to insufficient local air quality management.

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Hogrefe et al. (2000a) examined the uncertainties associated with the RRF approach and the relationship between the RRF and the simulation time period using the results from the 12-km RAMS3b/UAM-V base case and the seasonal RAMS3b/ UAM-V control case simulations. In this study, we present percentage ozone reductions defined as (1-RRF)*100% rather than the RRF. Figures 5a-b illustrate the dependence of the variability of the reduction estimate on the length of the simulation used to calculate the estimate for two urban grid cells.

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