||Air Pollution: Proceedings of the Meeting of the Expert Panel on Air Pollution Modeling (4th), Held in Oberursel (West Germany) on 28-30 May, 1973.
||NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society, Brussels (Belgium).;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Air and Waste Management.
Air pollution ;
Atmospheric motion ;
Mathematical models ;
Industrial wastes ;
Atmospheric diffusion ;
Urban areas ;
Computerized simulation ;
Sulfur dioxide ;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
Contents: Introductory remarks to workshop on applications of modeling and users' needs; Introductory remarks to workshop on validation of air quality simulation models; Introductory remarks to workshop on the role of regional air pollution studies in model development; Introductory remarks to workshop on the role of empirical/statistical modeling of air quality; Introductory remarks to workshop on simplicity versus sophistication in air quality modeling; Cologne emissions inventory: A status report on the Cologne pilot scheme for establishing an inventory of atmospheric pollutants; The role of diffusion models in a strategic concept for air pollution control; Dispersion model used in the Cologne region; The regional air pollution study - updated; Users' needs and the applications of air quality simulation models; Air quality frequency distributions and meteorology; The simple ATDL urban air pollution model; and Real-time meteorological prediction in support of air quality control operations in Canada.