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A lagrangian approach to modelling air pollutant dispersion; Development and testing in the vicinity of a roadway.
Application of Atmospheric Tracer Techniques for Determining Biogenic Hydrocarbon Fluxes from an Oak Forest.
Atmospheric Dispersion in the Artic: Winter-Time Boundary-Layer Measurements.
Atmospheric distributions, sources and sinks of selected halocarbons, hydrocarbons, SF
Atmospheric freons and halogenated compounds /
Atmospheric Tracer Experiments in a Deep Narrow Valley.
Catalog of Guidelines and Standards for the Handling and Management of Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6).
Characterization of the Aerosol in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Concentration of Effluents in a Plume as Predicted by a Model and Observed in Field.
Controlled Experiments for Dense Gas Diffusion: Experimental Design and Execution, Model Comparison.
Dense Gas Plume Field Measurements at the Nevada Test Site.
Development of Quantitative Containment Performance Tests for Laboratory Fume Hoods.
Development of sampling devices for gaseous atmospheric tracers /
Dispersion of pollutants near highways: experimental design and data aqquisition procedures,
Elevated Plume Transport and Diffusion: 20-150 km Downwind of Beijing, P.R.C.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Complex Terrain Model Development: Description of a Computer Data Base from Small Hill Impaction Study No. 2, Hogback Ridge, New Mexico.
EPA's SF6 Emission Reduction Partnership: Maximizing the Benefits of SF6 Emission Reductions for Electric Utilities.
Estimates of alpha-Pinene Emissions from a Loblolly Pine Forest Using an Atmospheric Diffusion Model.
Field Validation of Exposure Assessment Models. Volume 1. Data.
Global distribution of selected halocarbons, hydrocarbons, SF
Green River Air Quality Model Development. MELSAR - A Mesoscale Air Quality Model for Complex Terrain. Volume 2. Appendices.
Green River Air Quality Model Development: Meteorogical and Tracer Data-Field Study in Brush Valley, Colorado, July-August, 1982.
Hazardous air pollutants : dry-deposition phenomena /
Highway Model for the Advection, Diffusion and Chemical Reaction of Pollutants Released by Automobiles: Part I. Advection and Diffusion of SF6 Tracer Gas.
Incinerability index : a measure of incinerator performance /
Incinerability Index: A Measure of Incinerator Performance. (Journal Article).
Infrared Method for Plume Rise Visualization and Measurement.
Isoprene Emission Fluxes Determined by an Atmospheric Tracer Technique.
Predictions of highway emissions by a second order closure model /
Preliminary Investigation of Uncombusted Auto Fuel Vapor Dispersion within a Residential Garage Microenvironment.
Reentry of Radon from Mitigation System Outlets.
Regional air pollution study : gas chromatograph laboratory operations /
Surrogate Compounds as Indicators of Hazardous Waste Incinerator Performance.
Tracer Study of Vertical Exchange by Cumulus Clouds.
U.S. High GWP (Global Warming Potential) Gas Emissions 1990-2010: Inventories, Projections, and Opportunities for Reductions, June 2001.
Velocity Oscillations and Plume Dispersion in a Residential Neighborhood during Wintertime Nights.
Vertical Transport by Cumulus Clouds.
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