In preparing a new international protocol on sulphur dioxide emissions under the auspices of the UN Economic Commission for Europe, the Task Force on Integrated Assessment Modelling has been investigating scenarios for future abatement. The ASAM model (see below) has been used together with 2 other models (RAINS and CASM) to derive emission reductions required in different countries to reach given objectives. The calculations are based on estimates of atmospheric transport between different European sources and receptors derived with the EMEP model of the Norwegian Meteorological Institute.
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- Application of the Abatement Strategies Assessment Model, ASAM, to Abatement of SO2 Emissions in Europe
Helen M. ApSimon
Rachel F. Warren
- Springer US