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Chaumerliac, Nadine

Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXIV

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Part I. Aerosols in the Atmosphere

1. Aerosols in the Atmosphere: Sources, Transport, and Multi-decadal Trends
Mian Chin, Thomas Diehl, Huisheng Bian, Tom Kucsera

2. Modelling Organic Aerosol in Europe: Application of the CAMx Model with a Volatility Basis Set Within the Eurodelta III Exercise
Giancarlo Ciarelli, Sebnem Aksoyoglu, André S. H. Prévôt, Urs Baltensperger

3. The Role of Aerosols in Low and Upper Atmospheric Layers Condensation
George Kallos, Jonilda Kushta, Nikolaos Bartsotas, Platon Patlakas, Marina Astitha, Jumaan Al Qahtani

4. A Multi-model Case Study on Aerosol Feedbacks in Online Coupled Chemistry-Meteorology Models Within the COST Action ES1004 EuMetChem
R. Forkel, D. Brunner, A. Baklanov, A. Balzarini, M. Hirtl, L. Honzak, P. Jiménez-Guerrero, O. Jorba, J. L. Pérez, R. San José, W. Schröder, G. Tsegas, J. Werhahn, R. Wolke, R. Žabkar

5. Influence of Ammonia Emissions on Aerosol Formation in Northern and Central Europe
Anna M. Backes, Armin Aulinger, Johannes Bieser, Volker Matthias, Markus Quante

6. Modeling Formation of SOA from Cloud Chemistry with the Meso-NH Model: Sensitivity Studies of Cloud Events Formed at the Puy de Dôme Station
A. Berger, M. Leriche, L. Deguillaume, C. Mari, P. Tulet, D. Gazen, J. Escobar

7. Modelling of Externally-Mixed Particles in the Atmosphere
Shupeng Zhu, Karine N. Sartelet

8. Regional Modeling of Aerosol Chemical Composition at the Puy de Dôme (France)
Christelle Barbet, Laurent Deguillaume, Nadine Chaumerliac, Maud Leriche, Alexandre Berger, Evelyn Freney, Aurélie Colomb, Karine Sellegri, Luc Patryl, Patrick Armand

9. Effect of Sea Salt Emissions on Anthropogenic Air Pollution and Nitrogen Deposition in Northwestern Europe
Daniel Neumann, Johannes Bieser, Armin Aulinger, Volker Matthias

10. Spatial and Temporal Variations in Aerosol Properties in High-Resolution Convection-Permitting Simulations in an Idealized Tropical Marine Domain
Céline Planche, Graham W. Mann, Kenneth S. Carslaw, John H. Marsham, Paul R. Field

11. Analysis of National Verses Long-Range Transport Contribution to Organic and Inorganic Aerosol Load in Selected Location in Poland
Barbara Błaszczak, Magdalena Reizer, Katarzyna Juda-Rezler, Ewa Krajny, Barbara Mathews, Krzysztof Klejnowski

Part II. Focus on Mediterranean Aerosols

12. Impact of Aerosols in Regional Climate Projections Over the Mediterranean Area
Pierre Nabat, Kiki, Samuel Somot, Marc Mallet, Martine Michou

13. Extensive Comparison Between a Set of European Dust Regional Models and Observations in the Western Mediterranean for the Summer 2012 Pre-ChArMEx/TRAQA Campaign
Sara Basart, F. Dulac, J. M. Baldasano, P. Nabat, M. Mallet, F. Solmon, B. Laurent, J. Vincent, L. Menut, L. El Amraoui, B. Sic, J.-P. Chaboureau, J.-F. Léon, K. Schepanski, J.-B. Renard, F. Ravetta, J. Pelon, C. Biagio, P. Formenti, I. Chiapello, J.-L. Roujean, X. Ceamanos, D. Carrer, M. Sicard, H. Delbarre, G. Roberts, W. Junkermann, J.-L. Attié

14. A Modelling Perspective of the Summer 2013 and 2014 ChArMEx/SAFMED Chemistry Intensive Campaigns: Origin of Photo-Oxidant and Aerosol Formation over the Western Mediterranean
Arineh Cholakian, Matthias Beekmann, Guillaume Siour, Hervé Petetin, Agnes Borbon, Paola Formenti, Evelyne Freney, Valerie Gros, Corinne Jambert, Jean-Pierre Kervern, Nicolas Marchand, Sébastien Sauvage, Jean Sciare, Pierre Durand, Karine Sellegri, Eric Hamonou, François Dulac

15. Aerosol Variability and Weather Regimes over the Mediterranean Region
Pierre Nabat, Samuel Somot, Marc Mallet, Florence Sevault, Martine Michou

Part III. Air Quality Effects on Human Health, Ecosystems and Economy

16. Assessment of Population Exposure to Particulate Matter for London and Helsinki
J. Kukkonen, V. Singh, R. S. Sokhi, J. Soares, A. Kousa, L. Matilainen, L. Kangas, M. Kauhaniemi, K. Riikonen, J.-P. Jalkanen, T. Rasila, O. Hänninen, T. Koskentalo, M. Aarnio, C. Hendriks, A. Karppinen

17. Calculation of Source-Receptor Matrices for Use in an Integrated Assessment Model and Assessment of Impacts on Natural Ecosystems
Anthony Dore, Stefan Reis, Tim Oxley, Helen ApSimon, Jane Hall, Massimo Vieno, Maciej Kryza, Chris Green, Ioannis Tsagatakis, Sim Tang, Christine Braban, Mark Sutton

18. Using a Coupled Modelling System to Examine the Impacts of Increased Corn Production on Groundwater Quality and Human Health
Valerie Garcia, Ellen Cooter, James Crooks, Brandon Hayes, Brian Hinckley, Mark Murphy, Tim Wade, Xiangnan Xing

19. Future Air Quality Related Health Effects in Europe and the Nordic Region—Sensitivity to Changes in Climate, Anthropogenic Emissions, Demography and Building Stock
Camilla Geels, Camilla Andersson, Otto Hänninen, Anne Sofie Lansø, Carsten Ambelas Skjøth, Per E. Schwarze, Jørgen Brandt

20. High-Resolution Modelling of Health Impacts and Related External Cost from Air Pollution Using the Integrated Model System EVA
Jørgen Brandt, Mikael Skou Andersen, Jakob Bønløkke, Jesper Heile Christensen, Kaj Mantzius Hansen, Ole Hertel, Ulas Im, Steen Solvang Jensen, Matthias Ketzel, Ole -Kenneth Nielsen, Marlene Schmidt Plejdrup, Torben Sigsgaard, Camilla Geels

21. Health Parameters Under Climate Change Projections for Airborne Benzo[a]Pyrene
Pedro Jiménez-Guerrero, Nuno Ratola

22. Modeling the Air Quality and Public Health Benefits of Increased Residential Insulation in the United States
Saravanan Arunachalam, Matthew Woody, Mohammad Omary, Stefani Penn, S. Chung, May Woo, Yann Tambouret, Jonathan Levy

23. Estimating the Impact of Air Pollution Controls on Ambient Concentrations
Lucas R. F. Henneman, Cong Liu, David Lavoué, Howard Chang, James A. Mulholland, Armistead G. Russell

24. Assessment of Damage to Vegetation in Belgium Based on an Ozone Flux Model Approach
P. Viaene, F. Deutsch, C. Mensink, K. Vandermeiren, Line Vancraeynest, Charlotte Vanpoucke, Frans Fierens

25. Health Benefits of Emission Controls: A Multi-pollutant and Multi-health Outcome Analysis
Amanda Pappin, Amir Hakami

26. Air Quality Modelling to Support Decision-Making: Scenario and Optimization Approaches
Helder Relvas, Ana Isabel Miranda, Enrico Turrini, Diogo Lopes, Carlos Silveira, Joana Ferreira, Myriam Lopes, Elisa Sá, Laura Duque, Carlos Borrego, Marialuisa Volta

27. Recent and Future Changes in Nitrogen and Sulphur Emission, Deposition and the Exceedance of Critical Loads for the Region of South-West Poland and Eastern Saxony
Maciej Kryza, Małgorzata Werner, Wojciech Mill, Tomasz Pecka, Rafał Ulańczyk, Anthony J. Dore, Marek Błaś, Mariusz Szymanowski, Ewa Liana, Marzenna Strońska

28. Black Carbon Exposure of Schoolchildren in Barcelona
I. Rivas, L. Bouso, D. Donaire, M. Pandolfi, M. Castro, M. Viana, M. Àlvarez-Pedrerol, M. Nieuwenhuijsen, A. Alastuey, J. Sunyer, X. Querol

29. Developing a New Management Tool—a Holistic View on the Nitrogen Cycle
Camilla Geels, Kaj M. Hansen, Hans Estrup, Hans Thodsen, Dennis Trolle, Karsten Bolding, Berit Hasler, Marianne Zandersen, Steen Gyldenkærne, Tavs Nyord, Karen Timmermann

30. Variability in Ozone Metrics with Emission Reductions and Its Application in Health Impact Assessment
Amanda J. Pappin, Amir Hakami

Part IV. Interactions Between Air Quality and Climate Change

31. The Future: Earth System Modelling
P. J. H. Builtjes

32. International Workshop onAir Pollution, Climate Change, Human Health, and Extreme Weather
Sushil K. Dash, Mahendra P. Singh, S. Trivikrama Rao

33. Future Climate and Air Quality of the Brussels Capital Region for the 2050s Under A1B Scenario
A.W. Delcloo, R. Troch, O. Giot, R. Hamdi, A. Deckmyn, P. Termonia

34. Impact of Climate Change on the Production and Transport of Sea Salt Aerosol on European Seas
Joana Soares, Mikhail Sofiev, Camilla Geels, Jesper H. Christensen, Camilla Anderson, Joakim Lagner, Svetlana Tsyro

35. European Air Quality Simulations in the Context of IMPACT2C, Focus on Aerosol Concentrations
G. Lacressonnière, L. Watson, M. Engardt, M. Gauss, C. Andersson, M. Beekmann, A. Colette, G. Foret, B. Josse, V. Marécal, A. Nyiri, G. Siour, S. Sobolowski, R. Vautard

36. Cloud Processing of Aerosol Particles: Consequences for Precipitation?
Andrea I. Flossmann, W. Wobrock

37. Assessment of Tropospheric Ozone Increase in Future Climate Change Scenarios
Matteo Michelotti, Irene Chiesa, Ennio Tosi, Giovanni Bonafè, Rodica Tomozeiu, Giulia Villani, Fausto Tomei

Part V. Regional and Intercontinental Modeling

38. Sensitivity-Based VOC Reactivity Calculation
Sergey L. Napelenok, Deborah Luecken

39. Multiscale Modeling of Multi-decadal Trends in Ozone and Precursor Species Across the Northern Hemisphere and the United States
Rohit Mathur, Jia Xing, Sergey Napelenok, Jonathan Pleim, Christian Hogrefe, David Wong, Chuen-Meei Gan, Daiwen Kang

40. Global and Regional Modeling of Long-Range Transport and Intercontinental Source-Receptor Linkages
Christian Hogrefe, George Pouliot, Jia Xing, Johannes Flemming, Shawn Roselle, Rohit Mathur, Stefano Galmarini

41. Calculation of Sensitivity Coefficients for Individual Airport Emissions in the Continental UnitedStates Using CMAQ-DDM3D/PM
Scott Boone, Stefani Penn, Jonathan Levy, Saravanan Arunachalam

42. Regional Scale Dispersion Modellingof Amines from Industrial CCS Processes with COSMO-MUSCAT
Ralf Wolke, Andreas Tilgner, Roland Schrödner, Claus Nielsen, Hartmut Herrmann

43. Contribution of Ship Emissions to the Concentration and Deposition of Pollutants in Europe: Seasonal and Spatial Variation
Sebnem Aksoyoglu, A. S. H. Prévôt, U. Baltensperger

44. Development of an Approximate Method for Advection of Sensitivity Fields
Pedram Falsafi, Amir Hakami

45. Modeling and Chemical Analysis Used as Tools to Understand Decade-Long Trends of Ozone Air Pollution in the Lower Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada
Nadya Moisseeva, Bruce Ainslie, Roxanne Vingarzan, Douw Steyn

46. A Source-Receptor Analysis of NOx Emissions in the Lower Fraser Valley, B. C.
Annie F. Seagram, Bruce Ainslie, Roxanne Vingarzan

47. Modelling Photochemical Air Pollutants from Industrial Emissions in a Constrained Coastal Valley with Complex Terrain
Benjamin Weinstein, Douw Steyn, Peter Jackson

48. Diagnosis of Transboundary Mass Fluxes from Modelled North American Regional Sulphur and Nitrogen Deposition Fields
Michael D. Moran, Chul-Un Ro, Robert Vet, Qiong Zheng

49. Modelling Regional Air Quality in the Canadian Arctic: Impact of North American Wildfire and Arctic Shipping Emissions
Wanmin Gong, Stephen R. Beagley, Junhua Zhang, Sophie Cousineau, Jack Chen, Mourad Sassi, Rodrigo Munoz-Alpizar, Heather Morrison, Lynn Lyons, Pascal Bellavance

50. LEO: Combination of a Plume and Grid Model in the Netherlands
Eric van der Swaluw, Richard Kranenburg, Wilco Vries, Ferd Sauter, Roy Wichink Kruit, Jan Aben, Astrid Manders, Guus Velders, Martijn Schaap, Addo Pul

51. Increasing the Number of Allergenic Pollen Species in SILAM Forecasts
Marje Prank, Mikhail Sofiev, Pilvi Siljamo, Mari Kauhaniemi, European Aeroallergen Network

52. PM Modelling over Nepal with WRF-Chem
A. Mues, A. Lauer, M. Rupakheti

53. Impact of Temporal Resolution of Dry Deposition Velocities on Air Quality Modeling
Joaquim Arteta, Beatrice Josse, Mathieu Joly, Virginie Marecal, Matthieu Plu

54. Modelling of Pollen Emission Process for Dispersal Simulation of Birch Pollen
Shigeto Kawashima, Satoshi Kobayashi, Keita Tanaka

55. May Weather Types and Wind Patterns Enhance Our Understanding of the Relationship Between the Local Air Pollution and the Synoptic Circulation?
Antonella Morgillo, Giovanni Bonafè, Enrico Minguzzi, Isabella Ricciardelli, Gian Paolo Gobbi, Luca Liberto, Federico Angelini, Tony C. Landi, Michele Stortini, Davide Dionisi

56. Sensitivity of Ground-Level Ozone to NOx Emission During a High Ozone Episode in SW Poland
Kinga Wałaszek, Maciej Kryza, Małgorzata Werner, Hanna Ojrzyńska

57. Using a Dynamical Approach for Implementing Ammonia Emissions into WRF-Chem Over Europe
Małgorzata Werner, Camilla Geels, Maciej Kryza, Carsten Ambelas Skjøth

58. Application of the WRF-Chem Model for Air Pollution Forecasting in Poland
Małgorzata Werner, Maciej Kryza, Carsten Ambelas Skjøth, Hanna Ojrzyńska, Kinga Wałaszek, Anthony J. Dore

59. The LAPMOD_SA Modelling System for Source Attribution
Giovanni Bonafè, Roberto Bellasio, Roberto Bianconi

Part VI. Local and Urban Scale Modelling

60. Near-Field Pollutants Dispersion in a Stratified Surface Layer: Comparison of Numerical Study and Field Measurements of SIRTA
Xiao Wei, Eric Dupont, Bertrand Carissimo, Eric Gilbert, Luc Musson-Genon

61. Cool Cities—Clean Cities? Secondary Impacts of Urban Heat Island Mitigation Strategies on Urban Air Quality
Joachim Fallmann, Renate Forkel, Stefan Emeis

62. Deposition Following Accidental Releases of Chlorine from Railcars
Steven Hanna, Joseph Chang, John Hearn, Bruce Hicks, Shannon Fox, Mark Whitmire, Thomas Spicer, David Brown, Michael Sohn, Tetsuji Yamada

63. A Community-Scale Modeling System to Assess Port-Related Air Quality Impacts
Vlad Isakov, Timothy Barzyk, Saravanan Arunachalam, Michelle Snyder, Akula Venkatram

64. Recent Advances in Modeling of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer and Land Surface in the Coupled WRF-CMAQ Model
Jonathan Pleim, Robert Gilliam, Wyat Appel, Limei Ran

65. A Coupled Experimental-Modelling Approach to Estimate Black Carbon Concentrations at Urban Level
Fabian Lenartz, Olivier Brasseur, Priscilla Declerck, Luc Bertand

66. Exposure Assessment to High-Traffic Corridors in Bogota Using a Near-Road Air Quality Model
Jorge E. Pachón, Constanza Saavedra, María P. Pérez, Boris R. Galvis, Saravanan Arunachalam

67. Atmospheric Plume Modeling with a Three-Dimensional Refinement Adaptive Grid Method
M. Talat Odman, Yongtao Hu, Fernando Garcia-Menendez

68. Modelling the Dispersion of Particle Numbers in Five European Cities
Jaakko Kukkonen, Matthias Karl, Menno P. Keuken, Hugo A. C. Denier Gon, Bruce R. Denby, Vikas Singh, John Douros, Astrid Manders, Zissis Samaras, Nicolas Moussiopoulos, Sander Jonkers, Mia Aarnio, Ari Karppinen, Leena Kangas, Susanne Lützenkirchen, Tuukka Petäjä, Ranjeet S. Sokhi

69. Development of a Screening Tool for Quick Environmental Assessment of Mobility Scenarios
Wouter Lefebvre, Bino Maiheu, Stijn Vranckx, Stijn Janssen

70. Assessing Climate Change in Cities Using UrbClim
Hans Hooyberghs, Bino Maiheu, Koen Ridder, Dirk Lauwaet, Wouter Lefebvre

Part VII. Model Assessment and Verification

71. Is It Now Possible to Use Advanced Dispersion Modelling for Emergency Response? The Example of a CBRN-E Exercise in Paris
Patrick Armand, Christophe Duchenne, Luc Patryl

72. Typical Performances of Mesoscale Meteorology Models
K. Heinke Schlünzen, Kristina Conrady, Christopher Purr

73. The Effect of Wood Burning on Particulate Matter Concentrations in Flanders, Belgium
Wouter Lefebvre, Frans Fierens, Charlotte Vanpoucke, Nele Renders, Kaat Jespers, Jordy Vercauteren, Felix Deutsch, Stijn Janssen

74. Diagnostic Evaluations of the CHIMERE Model: Local Versus Advected Contributions of Fine Particles and Nitrate Formation Regime in the Paris Megacity
Herve Petetin, M. Beekmann, J. Sciare, M. Bressi, A. Rosso, O. Sanchez, V. Ghersi, R. Sarda-Estève, J.-E. Petit

75. AQMEII 1, 2 and 3: Direct and Indirect Benefits of Community Model Evaluation Exercises
S. Galmarini, E. Solazzo, U. Im, I. Kioutsioukis

76. Sensitivity of Modelled Land Use Specific Nitrogen Deposition Fluxes to Improved Process Descriptions
Sabine Banzhaf, Martijn Schaap, Roy Wichink Kruit, Richard Kranenburg, Astrid Manders, Carlijn Hendriks

77. A Comprehensive CTM Assessment Over an Highly Polluted Area
Tony C. Landi, Michele Stortini, Giovanni Bonafé, Enrico Minguzzi, Paolo Cristofanelli, Matteo Rinaldi, Stefania Gilardoni, Stefano Decesari, Isabella Ricciardelli, Antonella Morigillo, Gian Paolo Gobbi, Paolo Bonasoni

78. Application of a Hybrid Chemical Transport-Receptor Model to Develop Region-Specific Source Profiles for PM2.5 Sources and to Assess Source Impact Changes in the United States
Cesunica E. Ivey, Heather A. Holmes, Yongtao Hu, James A. Mulholland, Armistead G. Russell

79. Evaluation of Local-Scale Models for Accidental Releases in Built Environments: Results of the Modelling Exercises in Cost Action ES1006
Silvia Trini Castelli, Kathrin Baumann-Stanzer, Bernd Leitl, C. Maya Milliez, Eva Berbekar, Aniko Rakai, Vladimir Fuka, Antti Hellsten, Anton Petrov, George Efthimiou, Spyros Andronopoulos, Gianni Tinarelli, Richard Tavares, Patrick Armand, Claudio Gariazzo, Klara Jurcakova, Goran Gašparac

80. High Resolution Model Simulations of the Canadian Oil Sands with Comparisons to Field Study Observations
P. A. Makar, C. Stroud, J. Zhang, M. Moran, A. Akingunola, W. Gong, S. Gravel, B. Pabla, P. Cheung, Q. Zheng, G. Marson, S. -M. Li, J. Brook, K. Hayden, J. Liggio, R. Staebler, A. Darlington

81. Uncertainties of Top-Down Fire Emission Estimates at Regional and Global Scales
M. Sofiev, J. Soares, J. Vira, M. Prank, R. Kouznetsov

82. Inherent Uncertainties in Atmospheric Models: Weather and Air Pollution
Marina Astitha, Jaemo Yang, Huiying Luo, S. T. Rao

83. Diagnostic Evalutation of Bromine Reactions on Mercury Chemistry
Johannes Bieser, Volker Matthias, Oleg Travnikov, Ian M. Hedgecock, Christian Gencarelli, Francesco Simone, A. Weigelt, Jialei Zhu

84. On the Spatial Support of Time Series of Monitoring Data for Model Evaluation
Efisio Solazzo, Stefano Galmarini

85. Validation of the WRF-CMAQ Two-Way Model with Aircraft Data and High Resolution MODIS Data in the CA 2008 Wildfire Case
David C. Wong, Chenxia Cai, Jonathan Pleim, Rohit Mathur, Mark S. Murphy

86. Metamodels for Ozone: Comparison of Three Estimation Techniques
P. Steven Porter, S. T. Rao, Christian Hogrefe, Edith Gégo, Rohit Mathur

87. Disparate PM2.5 Metrics from Measurement and Modelling: Implications for Assessing PM2.5 Regulatory Compliance
John Paul Sutton

88. Evaluation of Simulated Particulate Matter Spread in 2010 Russian Wildfire Case Using Air Quality Monitoring Data
Ketlin Reis, Velle Toll, Riinu Ots, Marko Kaasik, Joana Soares, Mikhail Sofiev, Marje Prank, Aarne Männik

89.
De praeceptis ferendis: Air Quality Multi-model Ensembles
Ioannis Kioutsioukis, Stefano Galmarini

90. Influence of WRF Parameterization on Coupled Air Quality Modeling Systems
Goran Gašparac, Amela Jeričević, Branko Grisogono

91. High-Resolution Air Quality Forecasts with MOCAGE Chemistry Transport Model
Mathieu Joly, Béatrice Josse, Matthieu Plu, Joaquim Arteta, Jonathan Guth, Frédérik Meleux

Part VIII. Data Assimilation and Air Quality Forecasting

92. Saharan Dust as a Causal Factor of Significant Cloud Cover Along the Saharan Air Layer in the Atlantic Ocean
Pavel Kishcha, Arlindo M. Silva, Boris Starobinets, Pinhas Alpert

93. Source-Impact Forecasting for Dynamic Air Quality Management: Application to Prescribed Burn Management
M. Talat Odman, Aditya A. Pophale, Rushabh D. Sakhpara, Yongtao Hu, Armistead G. Russell, Michael E. Chang

94. Observing System Simulation Experiments (OSSEs) for Air Quality Applications
R. Timmermans, W. Lahoz, J.-L. Attié, V.-H. Peuch, D. Edwards, H. Eskes, P. Builtjes

95. Estimation of Anthropogenic CO2 Emission from Ozone Monitoring Instrument Tropospheric NO2 Columns Using Chemistry Transport Modelling Over North Western Europe
R. L. Curier, R. Kranenburg, M. Jozwicka, R. Timmermans, H. Denier Gon

96. Update on NOAA’s Operational Air Quality Predictions
Ivanka Stajner, Pius Lee, Jeffery McQueen, Roland Draxler, Phil Dickerson, Sikchya Upadhayay

97. Observing System Simulation Experiments (OSSEs) Using a Regional Air Quality Application for Evaluation
Pius Lee, Robert Atlas, Gregory Carmichael, Youhua Tang, Brad Pierce, Arastoo Pour Biazar, Li Pan, Hyuncheol Kim, Daniel Tong, Weiwei Chen

98. Inverse Modelling of Volcanic SO2 Emissions Using the 4D-Var Method
Julius Vira, Mikhail Sofiev

99. Improving Air Quality Forecasts Using High Resolution Pollutant Climatologies and Surface Observations
Lucy Sarah Neal, Marie Tilbee, Paul Agnew

100. Application and Evaluation of MODIS LAI, FPAR, and Albedo Products in the WRF/CMAQ System
Limei Ran, Jonathan Pleim, Robert Gilliam, Christian Hogrefe, Frank Binkowski, Larry Band

101. Application of a Land Cover Indicator to Characterize Spatial Representativeness of Air Quality Monitoring Stations Over Italy
Antonio Piersanti, Luisella Ciancarella, Giuseppe Cremona, Gaia Righini, Lina Vitali

102. Dynamic Data Fusion Approach for Air Quality Assessment
Lucia Paci, Giovanni Bonafè, Carlo Trivisano

103. The Performance and Issues of a Regional Chemical Transport Model During Discover-AQ 2014 Aircraft Measurements Over Colorado
Youhua Tang, Li Pan, Pius Lee, Daniel Tong, Hyun-Cheol Kim, Jun Wang, Sarah Lu

Keywords: Environment, Atmospheric Protection/Air Quality Control/Air Pollution, Atmospheric Sciences, Math. Appl. in Environmental Science, Geophysics and Environmental Physics, Complex Networks

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1st ed. 2016
Series
Springer Proceedings in Complexity
Page amount
69 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319244785
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-24476-1

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