||Large Power Plant Effluent Study (LAPPES). Volume III. Instrumentation, Procedures, and Data Tabulations (1970).
Schiermeie, Francis A. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Office of Air Programs.
( Air pollution ;
Combustion products) ;
( Electric power plants ;
Air pollution) ;
Sulfur dioxide ;
Meteorological data ;
Thermal power plants ;
Meteorological instruments ;
LAPPES(Large Power Plant Effluent Study) ;
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The Large Power Plant Effluent Study (LAPPES) was initiated during 1967 in Western Pennsylvania to evaluate the extent and effects of air pollution resulting from the largest complex of coal-burning generating stations in the United States. Two series of LAPPES field experiments were conducted in an area surrounding Homer City and Conemaugh Generating Stations; these experiments consisted of ground-based and airborne plume measurements supported by extensive meteorological observations. The report describes the topography and climatology of the generating station complex, the sulfur dioxide and meteorological monitoring equipment, and experimental procedures. Also presented are tabulations of plant operational parameters and the air quality and meteorological data collected. (Author)