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On the Impact of Time-Resolved Boundary Conditions on the Simulation of Surface Ozone and PM10, Air Pollution - Monitoring, Modelling, Health and Control, Mukesh Khare, IntechOpen, DOI: / Available from:Cited by: 2. On the Impact of Time-Resolved Boundary Conditions on the Simulation of Surface Ozone and PM By Gabriele Curci.
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Unlike most other pollutants, particulate matter (PM) cannot be characterized by the space- and time-variations of the mass concentrations of a single compound.
Important factors influencing PM transport and its environmental and health effects include the following: the emitting sources or particle. Curci, G. (), On the impact of time-resolved boundary conditions on the simulation of surface ozone and PM10, Air Pollution - Monitoring, Modelling, Health.
Proceedings of the EPA/A&WMA International Symposium Measurement of Toxic and Related Air Pollutants Jointly sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory and the Air & Waste Management Association Technical Program Chairmen R.K.M Jayanty, Research Triangle Institute Bruce W.
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Ambient PM and PM10 samples were collected from Beijing, China, and Riverside, California, and exposed under simulated atmospheric long-range transport conditions for Cited by: A large dataset for PM and PMcoarse (PM) concentrations monitored near a busy London highway (Marylebone Road) has been analyzed to define the factors that lead to high concentrations.
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A very low population density, limited number of observing meteorological stations, and problems with the use of remote sensing data (section 5) may partially explain by: The chemical boundary conditions were shown to be more important in the relatively clean Southern Hemisphere, than in the more polluted Northern Hemisphere.
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; 18(13): Over the past decade, it has become clear that aqueous chemical processes occurring in cloud droplets and wet atmospheric particles are an important source of organic atmospheric particulate matter. Reactions of water-soluble volatile (or semivolatile) organic gases (VOCs or SVOCs) in these aqueous media lead to the formation of highly oxidized organic particulate matter (secondary organic Cited by: Simple near-surface temperature estimation, using one wavelength: If it is assumed that the term OC is negligible, that the pixel consists of one substance only, at one uniform temperature and emissivity, and that the instrument is located very near to the surface in non-smoky conditions, then Ï i ~ 1 and B Î» (Te)= LÎ» / Îµe Î», (Eqn.