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Main Title AICE Survey of USSR Air Pollution Literature. Volume XII. Technical Papers from the Leningrad International Symposium on the Meteorological Aspects of Atmospheric Pollution. Part 1.
Author Nuttonso, M. Y. ;
CORP Author American Inst. of Crop Ecology, Silver Spring, Md.
Year Published 1972
Report Number AICE-AIR-72-12; 1117;
Stock Number PB-210 381
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Atmospheric diffusion) ; ( USSR ; Air pollution) ; Meetings ; Electric power plants ; Plumes ; Concentration(Composition) ; Atmospheric composition ; Smoke ; Turbulent diffusion ; Air pollution forecasts
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NTIS  PB-210 381 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 139p
Abstract
Twelve papers dealing with the meteorological aspects of air pollution were translated. These papers were initially presented at an international symposium held in Leningrad during July 1968. The papers are: Status and prospective development of meteorological studies of atmospheric pollution; Effect of the stability of the atmosphere on the dissemination of gaseous pollutants; Method of determination of average impurity concentration near an electric power plant by means of an electronic computer; Methods of calculation of the surface concentration of a gaseous impurity discharged from an elevated source; Results of experimental study of smoke plumes from thermal power plants; Atmospheric diffusion and structure of the air flow above a nonuniform underlying surface; Procedure for calculating the pollution of the atmosphere with discharges of industrial plants and thermal power plants; Statistical forecasting average atmospheric pollution; Method of calculating the degree of atmospheric pollution; On the determination of diffusion parameters for actual locations; Turbulence in the lower 500 M layer and diffusion of impurities; and, Atmospheric turbulence at small heights.