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  1 Application of Fine Scale Air Toxics Modeling with CMAQ (Community Multiscale Air Quality) to HAPEM5 (Hazardous Air Pollutant Exposure Model 5). 2004
  2 CFD Modeling of Fine Scale Flow and Transport in the Houston Metropolitan Area, Texas. 2004
  3 CMAQ Modeling for Air Toxics at Fine Scales: A Prototype Study. 2004
  4 High-Resolution Dataset of Urban Canopy Parameters for Houston, Texas. 2004
  5 Introduction of Urban Canopy Parameterization into MM5 to Simulate Urban Meteorology at Neighborhood Scale. 2004
  6 Linking Air Toxic Concentrations from CMAQ to the HAPEM5 Exposure Model at Neighorhood Scales for the Philadelphia Area. 2004
  7 Neighborhood Scale Air Quality Modeling in Houston Using Urban Canopy Parameters in MM5 and CMAQ with Improved Characterization of Mesoscale Lake-Land Breeze Circulation. 2004
  8 Quantifying Subgrid Pollutant Variability in Eulerian Air Quality Models [electronic resource] / 2004
  9 Simulating Urban Air Toxics Over Continental and Urban Scales. 2004
  10 Stochastic Description of Subgrid Pollutant Variability in CMAQ (Community Multiscale Air Quality). 2004
  11 Urban Morphological Analysis for Mesoscale Meteorological and Dispersion Modeling Applications: Current Issues. 2004
  12 Advances in Emissions Modeling of Airborne Substances. 2003
  13 Air Qualtiy Modeling at Coarse-to-Fine Scales in Urban Areas. 2003
  14 Application of the Urbanized Version of MM5 for Houston. 2003
  15 Community Scale Air Toxics Modeling with CMAQ. 2003
  16 Neighborhood Scale Modeling of PM(sub 2.5) and Air Toxics Concentration Distributions to Drive Human Exposure Models. 2003
  17 Urban Morphology for Houston to Drive Models-3/CMAQ at Neighborhood Scales. 2003
  18 Modeling Air Toxics and PM2-5 Concentration Fields as a Means for Facilitating Human Exposure Assessments. 2001
  19 Air Quality Modeling at Neighborhood Scales to Improve Human Exposure Assessment. 2000
  20 Air Quality Modeling of PM and Air Toxics at Neighborhood Scales. 2000
  21 Science algorithms of the EPA models-3 community multiscale air quality (CMAQ) modeling system / 1999
  22 Development and Implementation of the EPA's Models-3 Initial Operating Version: Community Multi-Scale Air Quality (CMAQ) Model. 1997
  23 Plume-in-Grid Treatment of Major Elevated Point-Source Emissions in Models-3. 1997
  24 Regional-Urban Scale Modeling of Fine Particulates Using the U.S. EPA Models-3 Community Multiscale Air Quality Modeling System. 1997
  25 Science Features in Models-3 Community Multiscale Air Quality System. 1997
  26 Deposition of Semi-Volatile Air Toxic Pollutants to the Great Lakes: A Regional Modeling Approach (1995). 1995
  27 Design Requirements for Multiscale Air Quality Models. 1995
  28 Modeling Fine Particulate Mass and Visibility Using the EPA Regional Particulate Model. 1995
  29 Preliminary Results: Modeling Fine Particulate Mass for the Eastern United States Using the EPA Regional Particulate Model. 1995
  30 Study of Gridded Mixing Heights and Cloud Fields Derived from the Mesoscale Meteorological Model with Four Dimensional Data Assimilation. 1995
  31 Treatment for Lagrangian Transport and Diffusion of Subgrid Scale Plumes in an Eulerian Grid Framework. 1995
  32 Deposition of Semi-Volatile Air Toxic Pollutants to the Great Lakes: A Regional Modeling Approach. 1993
  33 Improved Representation of the Reaction of N2O5 on Aerosols for Mesoscale Air Quality Models. 1993
  34 Interpretive Analysis of Observed and Modeled Mesoscale Ozone Photochemistry in Areas with Numerous Point Sources. 1993
  35 AcidMODES: a major field study to evaluate regional scale air pollution models. {microfiche} / 1992
  36 Diagnostic Evaluation of Regional Acid Deposition Model (RADM) Performance during a Period of Frontal Passage Using Aircraft Measurements. 1992
  37 Observations of Transport of Trace Gases by Vigorous Convective Clouds. 1992
  38 Report of the Great Lakes Air Toxics Research Priorities Workshop held at Gray Freshwater Biological Institute, University of Minnesota, Navarre, Minnesota, March 11-13, 1991 / {microform} 1992
  39 Investigation of RADM Performance Using Aircraft Measurements. 1991
  40 Evaluation of RADM Predictions for a Mesoscale-beta Box Volume over Northeastern Pennsylvania. 1990
  41 Evidence for cloud venting of mixed layer ozone and aerosols microform / 1988
  42 Building a Pollutant Reservoir Aloft by Cumulus Clouds. 1987
  43 Modeling Non-Precipitating Cumulus Clouds as Flow-through-Reactor Transformer and Venting Transporter of Mixed Layer Pollutants. 1987
  44 Reconciling Urban VOC/NOx (Volatile Organic Compounds/NOx) Emission Inventories with Ambient Concentration Data. 1987
  45 Semi-Empirical Mass Balance Approach for Estimating Primary Emissions of Reactive Species from an Urban-Industrial Complex. 1987
  46 Spatial Variation of the Evolution and Structure of the Urban Boundary Layer. 1987
  47 Wide Area Ozone Dry Deposition Measurements. 1987
  48 Tracer Study of Vertical Exchange by Cumulus Clouds. 1986
  49 Airborne Lidar Tracking of Fluorescent Tracers for Atmospheric Transport and Diffusion Studies. 1985
  50 Conceptual design for a Gulf Coast oxidant transport and transformation experiment : workshop proceedings and recommendations / 1985
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