Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XVIII

Edited by

  • Carlos Borrego, University of Santiago, Aveiro, Portugal
  • Eberhard Renner, Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany

Recent developments in air pollution modeling are explored as a series of contributions from researchers at the forefront of their field. This book on air quality modeling and its applications is focused on local, urban, regional and intercontinental modeling, data assimilation and air quality forecasting, model assessment and validation, aerosol transformation, the relationship between air quality and human health and the effects of climate change on air quality. It consists of a series of papers that were presented at the 28th NATO/CCMS Conference on Air Pollution Modeling and its Application held in Leipzig, Germany, May 15-19, 2006. It is intended as reference material for students and professors interested in air pollution modeling at the graduate level as well as researchers and professionals involved in developing and utilizing air pollution models.
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Researchers and government policy makers who wish to keep abreast of the most recent developments in air pollution modeling and air quality issues, as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate students in air pollution modeling


Book information

  • Published: August 2007
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISBN: 978-0-444-52987-9

Table of Contents

1. Local and Urban Scale Modelling. 2. Regional and intercontinental modelling. 3. Data assimilation and urban quality forecasting. 4. Model assessment and verification. 5. Aerosols in the atmosphere. 6. Interactions between climate change and air quality. 7. Air quality and human health. 8. Poster session.