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Improved Air Quality Forecasting Report ISB52-10. Dispersion model testing using dual lidar data.

Collier, CG and Davies, F and Holt, AR and Middleton, DR and Pearson, GR and Willetts, DV and Young, RI (2004) Improved Air Quality Forecasting Report ISB52-10. Dispersion model testing using dual lidar data. Technical Report. Crown Copyright, United Kingdom.

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Abstract

This report ISB52-10 was produced under Project 52 of the Invest to Save Budget, or ISB. The aim of this project is to improve atmospheric pollution dispersion models with the goal of improving air quality forecasting. During the project life, the team will be developing a better understanding of airflow near the earth’s surface, focussing especially on urban meteorology. This will be achieved through the gathering of accurate 3-Dimensional wind flow data using laser radars, also called lidars, and by incorporating that new knowledge into the dispersion models.

Item Type:Monograph (Technical Report)
Subjects:Chemistry
Atmospheric Sciences
ID Code:130
Deposited By:Ms Belinda Robinson
Deposited On:21 Oct 2008 13:27
Last Modified:21 Oct 2008 13:35

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