Model studies of urban to regional scale air pollution dispersion often encounter the difficulty of having to specify surface sensible heat fluxes and atmospheric stability. Since these parameters are not routinely available from meteorological networks, a method is being developed to deduce their spatial distribution from satellite remote sensing. A special effort has been made to use only satellite data that are easily available and to avoid the use of ground-based meteorological data.
Weitere Kapitel dieses Buchs durch Wischen aufrufen
- Remotely Sensed Surface Heat Flux for Air Pollution Dispersion Studies
Koen De Ridder
- Springer US