Air quality modeling and measurement is a relatively new science with most of the concepts and theories having been developed over the past century and many of these over the past two decades. There have been many books and articles written on the topic. The following chapter by no stretch of the imagination is able to summarize all the knowledge on this subject. The authors therefore have attempted to provide the reader with an overview of some of the key concepts in modeling air quality and its measurement. The chapter starts out on the topic by looking at some of the fundamental atmospheric physics concepts associated with air quality modeling. This is followed by an overview of some of the important short range dispersion modeling approaches commonly in use today. The second half of the chapter is devoted to providing information on measurement methods and instrumentation typically used in support of air quality modeling.
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- Air Quality Modeling and Measurement
G. C. Edwards
P. K. Misra
- Springer Netherlands
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