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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||North Carolina air quality maintenance area analysis /|
|Author||Haws, Richard C. ; Hamilton, Jr., Harry L. ;|
|CORP Author||Research Triangle Inst., Research Triangle Park, N.C.;Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, Ga. Air and Hazardous Materials Div.|
|Report Number||EPA 904/9-76-005a; EPA 904/9-76-005b; EPA 904/9-76-005c; EPA 904/9-76-005d; EPA 904/9-76-05; RTI-41U-946-15; EPA-68-02-1386; EPA-68-02-1380|
|Stock Number||PB-256 227|
|Subjects||Air--Pollution--North Carolina. ; Air quality--North Carolina.|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution abatement ; North Carolina ; Particles ; Regional planning ; Models ; Dispersions ; Sources ; Exhaust emissions ; Mathematical prediction ; Calibration ; Total suspended particulates ; Charlotte(North Carolina) ; Winston Salem(North Carolina) ; Greensboro(North Carolina) ; Air quality maintenance areas ; Forsyth County(North Carolina) ; Mecklenburg County(North Carolina) ; Guilford County(North Carolina) ; Point sources ; Combustion products ; Inventories ; Statistical distributions ; Projection ; Counties ; Fuels ; Ground vehicles ; Boats ; Forestry ; Agriculture ; Aircraft ; Fires ; Solid waste disposal|
|Collation||4 volumes ; 28 cm|
This report gives the results of a study designed to advance air quality maintenance planning for North Carolina on the basis of area and point source emission inventories supplied respectively by Engineering-Science, Inc. and the N.C. Air Quality Section. The study involved calibration of the Air Quality Display Model to detect data errors and to test hypotheses on emissions and their air quality impact. Final dispersion model calibration results and both graphical and tabular comparisons of calculated and observed TSP concentrations are presented. Mecklenburg County was modeled separately; Guilford and Forsyth Counties were modeled together. A unique feature of this study stems from the fact that North Carolina was one of the first to include nonexhaust particulate emissions from roadway vehicles in total large area dispersion modeling.
"EPA 904/9-76-005a"--V.I.--TSP area source emission inventories for Charlotte, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro AQMAs for 1973, 1975,1980, and 1985. "EPA 904/9-76-005b"--V. II.--TSP point source emission inventories, TSP monitoring data, and meteorological data for Charlotte, Winston-Salem, and Greenboro AQMAs for 1973, 1975,1980, and 1985. "EPA 904/9-76-005c"--V. III.--TSP dispersion modeling and analysis for Charlotte, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro AQMA's for 1973, 1975,1980,1985. "EPA 904/9-76-005d"--V. IV.--Project summary and recommendations for the Charlotte, Winston-Salem and Greensboro AQMAs for 1973, 1975,1980 and 1985. References appear at the ends of volumes I, II, and III.