Int. J. of Environment and Pollution   »   2000 Vol.14, No.1/2/3/4/5/6

 

 

Title: Use and validation of ADMS-Urban in contrasting urban and industrial locations

 

Author: D.J. Carruthers, H.A. Edmunds, A.E. Lester, C.A. McHugh, R.J. Singles

 

Address: Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 Kings Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK. Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 Kings Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK. Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 Kings Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK. Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 Kings Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK. Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 Kings Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK

 

Abstract: ADMS-Urban has been used in approximately half of the pilot studies of air pollution recently carried out in the UK. The pilot areas varied in spatial extent and in the nature of the sources, the balance between traffic, industrial and domestic sources, and the pollutants which are important. The studies used local emission inventories, and outputs included time-series of predicted concentrations which could be compared with measured data at monitoring sites, as well as contour concentration plots across the study area.

 

Keywords: emissions inventory; GIS; gridded emissions; NOx chemistry; urban air pollution.

 

DOI: 10.1504/IJEP.2000.000558

 

Int. J. of Environment and Pollution, 2000 Vol.14, No.1/2/3/4/5/6, pp.364-374

 

Available online: 13 Dec 2003

 

 

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