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Severe air pollution episodes in Florence: data analysis and forecasting operational method

Author(s): A. Barbaro, M. Bazzani, F. Giovannim & P. Nannini

Abstract:
An operational method has been developed to forecast the maximum hourly concentration of NO% in Florence urban area during the current day.

The situations that can lead to high concentrations of NC>2 have been identified and described by means of a statistical analysis of the environmental conditions measured.

The forecasting method has been developed through the following tasks: preliminary study to select the most significant environmental parameters and synoptic conditions; characterisation of each day using the data measured till 10 am; selection of the best algorithm to compare the current day with the past events and to individuate...

Pages: 10
Size: 1,087 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960541

 

 

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