Although the straight-line Gaussian plume models are still recommended for regulatory use for routine release of nuclear installations, it is well known that they could be inaccurate under certain complex meteorological or/and topographical conditions. The development of computer capabilities, measurement instruments and modeling approaches made possible the use of more realistic models.
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