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Main Title Testing of meteorological and dispersion models for use in regional air quality modeling /
CORP Author Cadmus Group, Inc., Waltham, MA. ;National Park Service, Denver, CO. Air Quality Div. ;Forest Service, Fort Collins, CO. ;Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver, CO.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Publisher The Division,
Year Published 1995
Report Number EPA-454/R-95-005; EPA-68-D0-0095
Stock Number PB95-215638
Subjects Air--Pollution--United States--Mathematical models. ; Air--Pollution--Mathematical models.
Additional Subjects Meteorology ; Atmospheric diffusion ; Air quality ; Regional analysis ; Air pollution ; Sensitivity ; Environmental transport ; Wind(Meteorology) ; Statistical analysis ; Tracer studies ; Mathematical models ; IWAQM(Interagency Workgroup on Air Quality Modeling) ; CAPTEX(Cross Appalachian Tracer Experiment) ; CALMET model ; NUATMOS model
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NTIS  PB95-215638 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 1 volume
Abstract
The Interagency Workgroup on Air Quality Modeling (IWAQM) was formed to provide a focus for development of technically sound, regional air quality models for regulatory assessments of pollutant source impacts on Federal class I areas. The purpose of these meetings was to review respective regional modeling programs, to develop an organizational framework, and to formulate reasonable objectives and plans that could be presented to management for support and commitment. The report documents results from a series of sensitivity analyses of several meteorological models and puff dispersion moels suitable for application to air pollution dispersion involving long range transport. One of the primary objectives was to assess whether the introduction of the hourly, gridded 80-km mesosclae meteorological data with improved spatial and temporal resolution over typical observational networks would improve the quality of the characterization of the transport and dispersion. Based on the results obtained there was a noticeable improvement in the trajectory of the transport when mesoscale meteorological data were employed in comparison to results obtained using diagnostic winds developed using available wind observations. This report is the fourth document published by the IWAQM.
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