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Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXV

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Part I. Long Term Modeling and Trend Analysis

1. The Intellectual History of Air Pollution Modelling as Represented by the ITM Meeting Series
Douw G. Steyn

2. A Modeling Study of the Influence of Hemispheric Transport on Trends in O3 Distributions Over North America
Rohit Mathur, Daiwen Kang, Sergey Napelenok, Jia Xing, Christian Hogrefe

3. Dynamic Evaluation of Two Decades of CMAQ Simulations over the Continental United States
Marina Astitha, Huiying Luo, S. Trivikrama Rao, Christian Hogrefe, Rohit Mathur, Naresh Kumar

4. On Regional Modeling to Support Air Quality Policies
S. Trivikrama Rao, Huiying Luo, Marina Astitha, Christian Hogrefe, Rohit Mathur, Naresh Kumar

5. The Impact of “Brightening” on Surface O3 Concentrations over Europe Between 1990 and 2010
Emmanouil Oikonomakis, Sebnem Aksoyoglu, Urs Baltensperger, André S. H. Prévôt

6. An Analysis of Modelled Long-Term Trends of Sulphur in the Atmosphere
J. A. Arndt, A. Aulinger, J. Bieser, B. Geyer, V. Matthias, M. Quante

7. Modelling Concentrations and Trends of Atmospheric Pollutants in the Arctic over a 37Years Period
Kaj M. Hansen, Camilla Geels, Ulas Im, Jørgen Brandt, Jesper H. Christensen

8. Air Pollutant Trends over Denmark over the Last 37 Years as Simulated by the Integrated Model SystemTHOR
Ulas Im, Jesper H. Christensen, Matthias Ketzel, Thomas Ellermann, Camilla Geels, Kaj M. Hansen, Ole Hertel, Ole-Kenneth Nielsen, Marlene S. Plejdrup, Jørgen Brandt

9. A Long-Term Re-Analysis of Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality
M. Sofiev, R. Kouznetsov, M. Prank, J. Soares, J. Vira, V. Tarvainen, V. Sofieva

Part II. Model Assessment and Verification

10. Intercomparison of Chemical Mechanisms for European Air Quality Policy Formulation and Assessment
R. G. Derwent

11. Overview and Evaluation of the Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) Modeling System Version 5.2
K. Wyat Appel, Sergey Napelenok, Christian Hogrefe, George Pouliot, Kristen M. Foley, Shawn J. Roselle, Jonathan E. Pleim, Jesse Bash, Havala O.T. Pye, Nicholas Heath, Benjamin Murphy, Rohit Mathur

12. A Comprehensive Performance Evaluation of the Next Generation of the Canadian Operational Regional Air Quality Deterministic Prediction System
Michael D. Moran, Alexandru Lupu, Junhua Zhang, Verica Savic-Jovcic, Sylvie Gravel

13. Assessment of Black Carbon in Arctic: Current Status and Potential Improvements
J. Soares, C. Geels, J. Langner, S. Tsyro, A. Kurganskiy, J. Ström, J.-C. Gallet, M. Ruppel, M. Sofiev

14. The Sensitivity of the Predictions of a Roadside Dispersion Model to Meteorological Variables: Evaluation Using Algorithmic Differentiation
John Backman, Curtis Wood, Mikko Auvinen, Leena Kangas, Ari Karppinen, Jaakko Kukkonen

15. Validation of PM2.5 Concentrations Based on Finnish Emission—Source-Receptor Scenario Model
Ville-Veikko Paunu, Niko Karvosenoja, Kaarle Kupiainen, Leena Kangas, Mikko Savolahti, Minna-Kristiina Sassi

16. A Model Evaluation Strategy Applied to Modelling of PM in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area
Mia A. Aarnio, Jaakko Kukkonen, Leena Kangas, Mari Kauhaniemi, Anu Kousa, Carlijn Hendriks, Tarja Yli-Tuomi, Timo Lanki, Gerald Hoek, Bert Brunekreef, Timo Elolähde, Ari Karppinen

17. Assessing the Effect of Uncertainty in Input Emissions on Atmospheric Chemistry Transport Model Outputs
Ksenia Aleksankina, Mathew R. Heal, Anthony J. Dore, Massimo Vieno, Stefan Reis

18. EMEP4PL and WRF-Chem—Evaluation of the Modelling Results
Małgorzata Werner, Maciej Kryza, Kinga Wałaszek, Massimo Vieno, Anthony J. Dore

19. Climatological Modelled and Measured AOD in Baltic Sea Region
Ketlin Reis, Mikhail Sofiev, Marje Prank, Erko Jakobson, Marko Kaasik

20. Comparison of WRF PBL Models in Low-Wind Speed Conditions Against Measured Data
Enrico Ferrero, Francois Vandenberghe, Stefano Alessandrini, Luca Mortarini

21. Sensitivity of the WRF-Chem Modelled Particulate Matter Concentrations to Microphysics, Planetary Boundary Layer and Radiation Schemes: A Case Study for Poland
Maciej Kryza, Jakub Guzikowski, Małgorzata Werner, Mariusz Szymanowski, Kinga Wałaszek, Anthony J. Dore

22. Solar Irradiance Prediction over the Aegean Sea: Shortwave Parameterization Schemes and Aerosol Radiation Feedback
G. Methymaki, E. Bossioli, A. Dandou, J. Kalogiros, G. Biskos, N. Mihalopoulos, A. Nenes, M. Tombrou

23. Backtracking Radioxenon in Europe Using Ensemble Transport and Dispersion Modelling
Pieter Meutter, Johan Camps, Andy Delcloo, Piet Termonia

24. Evaluation of Mesoscale Modelling of a Closed Breeze Cell Against Sodar Data
Hristina Kirova, Damyan Barantiev, Ekaterina Batchvarova

25. Dispersion Modeling Over Complex Terrain in the Bolzano Basin (IT): Preliminary Results from a WRF-CALPUFF Modeling System
Elena Tomasi, Lorenzo Giovannini, Marco Falocchi, Dino Zardi, Gianluca Antonacci, Enrico Ferrero, Andrea Bisignano, Stefano Alessandrini, Luca Mortarini

26. Can Aircraft-Based Remote-Sensing NO2 Measurements Combined with High Resolution Model Data Improve NO2 Exposure Estimates over Urban Areas?
Wouter Lefebvre, Hans Hooyberghs, Felix Deutsch, Frederick Tack, Michel Roozendael, Marian-Daniel Iordache, Frans Fierens, Charlotte Vanpoucke, Sandy Adriaenssens, Shari Wittenberghe, Peter Viaene, Koen Meuleman, Olav Peeters, Alexis Merlaud

Part III. Interactions Between Air Quality and Climate Change

27. High Aerosol Acidity Despite Declining Atmospheric Sulfate Concentrations: Lessons from Observations and Implications for Models
A. Nenes, R. J. Weber, H. Guo, P. Vasilakos, A. Russell, A. Bougiatioti, N. Mihalopoulos

28. Modelling Resilient Measures to Climate Change Impacts on Urban Air Quality
E. Sá, A. Monteiro, A. P. Fernandes, J. Valente, D. Carvalho, J. Ferreira, S. Freitas, S. Rafael, H. Martins, A. I. Miranda, C. Borrego

29. Assessment of Aerosol-Radiation (ARI) and Aerosol-Cloud (ACI) Interactions from Dust: Modelled Dust Optical Properties and Remote Sensing Observations
Laura Palacios-Peña, Rocio Baró, Jose Maria López-Romero, Agustín López-Villagra, Sonia Jerez, Juan Pedro Montávez, Pedro Jiménez-Guerrero

30. The Impact of Heat Waves and Urban Heat Island on the Production of Ozone Concentrations Under Present and Future Climate Conditions for the Belgian Domain
A. W. Delcloo, F. Duchêne, R. Hamdi, J. Berckmans, A. Deckmyn, P. Termonia

31. Dynamic Coupling of the NMMB and CMAQ Models Through the U.S. National Unified Operational Prediction Capability (NUOPC)
Pius Lee, Barry Baker, Daniel Tong, Li Pan, Dusan Jovic, Mark Iredell, Youhua Tang

32. Impact of Climate on Air Quality in the Mediterranean Basin: Present Climate
Jonathan Guth, Virginie Marécal, Béatrice Josse, Joaquim Arteta

Part IV. Data Assimilation and Air Quality Forecasting

33. Using Air Quality Model-Data Fusion Methods for Developing Air Pollutant Exposure Fields and Comparison with Satellite AOD-Derived Fields: Application over North Carolina, USA
Ran Huang, Xinxin Zhai, Cesunica E. Ivey, Mariel D. Friberg, Xuefei Hu, Yang Liu, James A. Mulholland, Armistead G. Russell

34. Fusion of Air Quality Information: Evaluation of the Enfuser-Methdoology in Finland and a Case Study in China
Ari Karppinen, Lasse Johansson

35. Assimilating Anthropogenic Heat Flux Estimated from Satellite Data in a Mesoscale Flow Model
Theodoros Nitis, George Tsegas, Nicolas Moussiopoulos, Dimitrios Gounaridis

36. An Integrated Data-Driven/Data Assimilation Approach for the Forecast of PM10 Levels in Northern Italy
C. Carnevale, G. Finzi, A. Pederzoli, E. Turrini, M. Volta

37. Data Interpolating Variational Analysis for the Generation of Atmospheric Pollution Maps at Various Scales
Fabian Lenartz, Charles Troupin, Wouter Lefebvre

38. Is the Recent Decrease in Belgian Air Pollution Concentration Levels Due to Meteorology or to Emission Reductions?
Wouter Lefebvre, Bino Maiheu, Hans Hooyberghs, Frans Fierens

39. Modelling Air Quality and Deposition at High Resolution in the Netherlands with Plume and Grid Models
Eric van der Swaluw, Wilco de Vries, Massimo Vieno, Ferd Sauter, Jan Aben, Guus Velders, Roy Wichink Kruit, Hilde Fagerli, Addo van Pul

40. Error Covariance Estimation Methods Based on Analysis Residuals and Its Application to Air Quality Surface Observation Networks
Richard Ménard, Martin Deshaies-Jacques

Part V. Local and Urban Scale Modeling

41. Progress in Local Scale Flow and Dispersion Modelling
Silvana Di Sabatino

42. Modelling the Dispersion of Ship Emissions in Different Scenarios and Sensitivity Analysis
Silvia Trini Castelli, Gianni Tinarelli, Luca Mortarini, Paola Radice, Giuseppe Carlino, Cristina Pozzi, Domenico Anfossi

43. Application of a Comprehensive Integrated Assessment Tool for the Brussels Capital Region
Peter Viaene, Enrico Turrini, Claudio Carnevale, Marialuisa Volta, Roberta Gianfreda, Guiseppe Maffeis, Priscilla Declerck, Olivier Brasseur, Pieter Valkering, Clemens Mensink

44. Concentration Fluctuations and Variability at Local and Regional Scales: Use of a Lagrangian Two-Particle Dispersion Model Coupled with LES Fields
Jeffrey Weil, Peter Sullivan, Edward Patton, Andrezj Wyszogrodski

45. Nested Multi-scale System in the PALM Large-Eddy Simulation Model
Antti Hellsten, Klaus Ketelsen, Fotios Barmpas, Giorgios Tsegas, Nicolas Moussiopoulos, Siegfried Raasch

46. Are CO2 Emissions from a City Metabolically Consistent with Its Size?
Stefano Galmarini, Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Diego Guizzardi

47. Sensitivity Analysis of Ambient Particulate Matter to Industrial Emissions Using a Plume-in-Grid Approach: Application in the Greater Paris Region
Valentin Raffort, Youngseob Kim, Ludovic Donnat, Catherine Juery, Yelva Roustan, Christian Seigneur, Olivier Duclaux

48. Optimization of Plume Model Calculations and Measurement Network with a Kalman Filter Approach
R. Kranenburg, J. Duyzer, A. Segers

49. The Impact of Emissions from Ships in Ports on Regional and Urban Scale Air Quality
Martin Otto Paul Ramacher, Matthias Karl, Armin Aulinger, Johannes Bieser, Volker Matthias, Markus Quante

50. Influence of Ship Emissions on Ozone Concentration in a Mediterranean Area: A Modelling Approach
Rita Cesari, Riccardo Buccolieri, Adelaide Dinoi, Alberto Maurizi, Tony Christian Landi, Silvana Sabatino

51. New Development in a Gaussian Puff Model: Consideration of Multiphase Chemical Reactivity During Atmospheric Dispersion
L. Patryl, C. Rose, L. Deguillaume, N. Chaumerliac, P. Armand

52. Validation of an Inverse Method for the Source Determination of a Hazardous Airborne Material Released from a Point Source in an Urban Environment
George C. Efthimiou, Spyros Andronopoulos, Ivan V. Kovalets, Alexandros Venetsanos, Christos D. Argyropoulos, Konstantinos Kakosimos

Part VI. Regional and Intercontinental Modeling

53. Scavenging and Convective Clouds in the Lagrangian Dispersion Model FLEXPART
Anne Philipp, Petra Seibert

54. Biogenic Aerosol Particles in the Earth System Model EC-Earth
R. Schrödner, V. Phillips, E. Swietlicki

55. Dimethylsulfide Chemistry: Annual, Seasonal, and Spatial Impacts on Sulfate
Golam Sarwar, Jia Xing, Kathleen Fahey, Kristen Foley, David Wong, Rohit Mathur, Chuen Meei Gan, Brett Gantt, Heather Simon

56. Toward a Unified National Dust Modeling Capability
Pius Lee, Daniel Tong, Youhua Tang, Li Pan

57. Ozone Source Apportionment to Quantify Local-to-Continental Source Contributions to Episodic Events in Northern Iberia
Estíbaliz Sáez Cámara, Gotzon Gangoiti, Lucio Alonso, Verónica Valdenebro, Sebnem Aksoyoglu, Emmanouil Oikonomakis

58. A Comprehensive Modelling Approach for the Assessment of Global Shipping Emissions
Lasse Johansson, Jukka-Pekka Jalkanen, Jaakko Kukkonen

59. Source Apportionment of Inorganic Aerosols in Europe and Role of Biogenic VOC Emissions
S. Aksoyoglu, G. Ciarelli, I. El-Haddad, U. Baltensperger, A. S. H. Prévôt

60. Modelling the Atmospheric Concentration and Deposition of Pb and Cd in the UK
Anthony Dore, Ilia Ilyin, Heath Malcolm, Heather Yorston, Fiona Fordyce, Mark Cave, Harry Harmens, Małgorzata Werner, Maciej Kryza, Massimo Vieno, Stefan Reis

61. Reviving MILORD Long-Range Model for Simulating the Dispersion of the Release during Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident
Marco Boetti, Silvia Trini Castelli, Enrico Ferrero

62. Influence of Boundary Conditions on Regional Air Quality Simulations—Analysis of AQMEII Phase 3 Results
Christian Hogrefe, Peng Liu, George Pouliot, Rohit Mathur, Shawn Roselle, Efisio Solazzo, Stefano Galmarini

63. Modelling Regional Air Quality in the Canadian Arctic: Simulation of an Arctic Summer Field Campaign
Wanmin Gong, Stephen Beagley, Junhua Zhang, Ralf Staebler, Amir A. Aliabadi, Sangeeta Sharma, David Tarasick, Julia Burkart, Megan Willis, Greg Wentworth, Jennifer Murphy, Heiko Bozem, Franziska Koellner, Johannes Schneider, Andreas Herber, W. Richard Leaitch, Jon Abbatt

64. Evaluation of Regional Measures in order to Improve the Air Quality in the North-West European Hot Spot Region
Felix Deutsch, Wouter Lefebvre, Hans Hooyberghs, Frans Fierens, Sandy Adriaenssens

65. On the Relationship Between Observed NLDN Lightning Strikes and Modeled Convective Precipitation Rates: Parameterization of Lightning NOx Production in CMAQ
Daiwen Kang, Nicholas Heath, Kristen Foley, Jesse Bash, Shawn Roselle, Rohit Mathur

66. LOTOS-EUROS Air Quality Simulations over China
R. Timmermans, R. Kranenburg, Limin Zeng, Lili Wang, Jianhui Bai, M. Schaap

67. O3 Source Contribution During a Heavy O3 Pollution Episode in Shanghai China
David C. Wong, Qian Wang, Roger Kwok, Jianbin Wu, Qingyan Fu

68. Modeling of Foehn-Induced Extreme Local Dust Pollution in the Dead Sea Valley
Pavel Kishcha, Boris Starobinets, Pinhas Alpert

69. Evaluation of the Impact of Air-Sea Exchange on Atmospheric Mercury Concentrations
Johannes Bieser, Corinna Schrum

70. Regional Refined Grid Modeling of Acidic and Mercury Deposition over Northeastern US and the Contribution of New York Power Point Sources
Leon Sedefian, Michael Ku, Kevin Civerolo, Winston Hao, Eric Zalewsky

71. Regional Chemical Transport Modelling with a Forest Canopy Parameterization
P. A. Makar, R. M. Staebler, A. Akingunola, J. Zhang, C. McLinden, S. K. Kharol, B. Pabla, P. Cheung, Q. Zheng

72. Worst Case Meteorological Scenario for Norway in Case of an Accident in Sellafield Nuclear Site
Heiko Klein, Jerzy Bartnicki

73. The Impact of Sub-hourly Meteorology on the Estimation of Odour Concentrations from an Industrial Source in Complex Terrain
V. Valdenebro, P. Uriarte, E. Sáez Cámara, G. Gangoiti, J. Lavín, L. Alonso, J. A. García, N. García-Borreguero

Part VII. Air Quality Effects on Human Health and Ecology

74. Investigation of Current and Future Nitrogen Depositions and Their Impact on Sensitive Ecosystems in Europe
Johannes Bieser, Anna M. Backes, Volker Matthias

75. Changing Agricultural NH3 Emissions Since 1979: The Impact on N Deposition and Health Effects Across Europe and the Potential for Further Reductions in the Future
Camilla Geels, Thomas Ellermann, Ole Hertel, Jørgen Brandt, Carsten A. Skjøth, Wilfried Winiwarter, Ulas Im, Kaj M. Hansen, Jesper H. Christensen

76. Improved Modelling of Ammonia by Using Manure Transport Data
R. Kranenburg, C. Hendriks, J. Kuenen, M. Schaap

77. Airborne Emissions from Livestock Farms and Exposure of Nearby Residents using an Atmospheric Dispersion Model
H. A. M. Sterk, A. N. Swart, J. P. G. van Leuken, J. F. Schijven, A. J. A. Aarnink, I. M. Wouters, I. Janse, R. J. Wichink Kruit, W. A. J. van Pul

78. Air Quality Model-Based Methods for Estimating Human Exposures: A Review and Comparison
Haofei Yu, Armistead G. Russell, James A. Mulholland, Cesunica E. Ivey, Josephine T. Bates, Mariel D. Friberg, Ran Huang, Jennifer L. Moutinho, Heather A. Holmes

79. Source Impacts on and Cardiorespiratory Effects of Reactive Oxygen Species Generated by Water-Soluble PM2.5 Across the Eastern United States
Josephine T. Bates, Rodney J. Weber, Joseph Abrams, Vishal Verma, Ting Fang, Cesunica Ivey, Cong Liu, Mitchel Klein, Matthew J. Strickland, Stefanie E. Sarnat, Howard H. Chang, James A. Mulholland, Paige E. Tolbert, Armistead G. Russell

80. The Dust Cycle in the Arabian Peninsula and Its Role in the Urban Air Quality
P. Patlakas, J. Kushta, E. Drakaki, J. Al Qahtani, I. Alexiou, N. Bartsotas, C. Spyrou, G. Kallos

81. Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings in Finland: Legislation Alternatives for Residential Wood Combustion and the Impact on Population Exposure to Fine Particles
Mikko Savolahti, Maija Mattinen, Ville-Veikko Paunu, Niko Karvosenoja

82. Characterization of Traffic Emissions Exposure Metrics in the Dorm Room Inhalation to Vehicle Emissions (DRIVE) Study
Jennifer L. Moutinho, Donghai Liang, Rodney Weber, Jeremy Sarnat, Armistead G. Russell

83. A Global-Scale Multi-resolution Study of Surface Air Quality Impacts from Commercial Aircraft Emissions
Saravanan Arunachalam, Alejandro Valencia, Raquel A. Silva, Jiaoyan Huang, Mohammad Omary, Lakshmi Pradeepa Vennam

84. Testing a New Holistic Management Tool for Nitrogen—Environmental Impacts of Using Manure Acidification in the Danish Agricultural Sector
Camilla Geels, Steen Gyldenkærne, Tavs Nyord, Kaj M. Hansen, Hans Estrup Andersen, Hans Thodsen, Dennis Trolle, Karsten Bolding, Berit Hasler, Karen Timmermann

Part VIII. Aerosols in the Atmosphere

85. Human Driven Changes in Atmospheric Aerosol Composition
M. Kanakidou, S. Myriokefalitakis, N. Daskalakis

86. Aerosols in the Mediterranean Region and Their Role in Cloud Formation
G. Kallos, A. Nenes, P. Patlakas, E. Drakaki, M. Koukoula, D. Rosenfeld, N. Mihalopoulos

87. Kinetic Modeling of SOA Formation for




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K. Gatzsche, Y. Iinuma, A. Mutzel, T. Berndt, L. Poulain, A. Tilgner, R. Wolke

88. Evaluation of Organic Aerosol and Its Precursors in the SILAM Model
Marje Prank, Julius Vira, Riinu Ots, Mikhail Sofiev

89. Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Physics-Based Windblown Dust Emission Model
Hosein Foroutan, Jeff Young, Peng Liu, Limei Ran, Jonathan Pleim, Rohit Mathur

90. Highly Hygroscopic Particulate in Cloud Environment
Eleni Drakaki, Stavros Solomos, Christos Spyrou, Jonilda Kushta, George Kallos

91. Modelling Multiphase Aerosol-Cloud Processing with the 3-D CTM COSMO-MUSCAT: Application for Cloud Events During HCCT-2010
Roland Schrödner, Ralf Wolke, Andreas Tilgner, Dominik Pinxteren, Hartmut Herrmann

92. Application of Trajectory Clustering for Determining the Source Regions of Secondary Inorganic Aerosols Measured at K-puszta Background Monitoring Station, Hungary
Zita Ferenczi, Kornélia Imre, László Bozó

93. Impact of Aerosol Microphysical Properties on Mass Scattering Cross Sections
V. Obiso, M. Pandolfi, M. Ealo, O. Jorba

Keywords: Environment, Atmospheric Protection/Air Quality Control/Air Pollution, Atmospheric Sciences, Math. Appl. in Environmental Science, Geophysics and Environmental Physics, Applications of Graph Theory and Complex Networks, Public Health

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Springer Proceedings in Complexity
Page amount
59 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
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