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Multi-Scale Modeling of Regional Photochemical Air PollutionEPA Grant Number: U915779
Title: Multi-Scale Modeling of Regional Photochemical Air Pollution
Investigators: Bergin, Michelle S.
Institution: Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus
EPA Project Officer: Jones, Brandon
Project Period: August 1, 2000 through August 1, 2003
Project Amount: $102,000
RFA: STAR Graduate Fellowships (2000) RFA Text | Recipients Lists
Research Category: Fellowship - Environmental Engineering , Academic Fellowships , Engineering and Environmental Chemistry
The objective of this research project is to identify cost-effective emissions control strategies to reduce regional exposure to ozone and aerosol pollution.
A multi-scale, photochemical, three-dimensional computer model will be utilized to examine the formation, transport, and control of ozone and aerosols over the eastern half of the United States.
By predicting responses of the atmosphere to reductions in emissions, effective air quality control strategies can be developed.