Author(s): J.G. Kretzschmar & G. Cosemans
Taking into account the important role of air pollution modelling in regulating
new and existing installations, and being well aware of the uncertainties
inherent to modelling, model developers and users started a voluntary
European Initiative on Harmonisation of Regulatory Air Pollution Models in
After five years of intensive collaboration and exchange of information,
facts and figures proved that harmonisation of air pollution models - based on
well defined procedures and protocols - is indeed urgently needed at a level
controlled by some official European agency, similar to what has be done since
many years in the field of ambient air pollution monitoring.
Atmospheric transport and dispersion models have...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960021
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