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Vol. 1

International Journal of Environment and Pollution

2000 Vol. 14 No. 1/2/3/4/5/6


PagesTitle and authors
10-17The air quality Model Documentation System of the European Environment Agency
N. Moussiopoulos, F. de Leeuw, K. Karatzas, A. Bassoukos

18-27Report on COST 615 Action ''Database, monitoring and modelling of urban air pollution''
M. Schatzmann

1-9The harmonisation of gas dispersion modelling for industrial applications: a few thoughts for the future
Martin Tasker

28-38Statistical evaluation of centreline concentration estimates by atmospheric dispersion models
John S. Irwin

39-51SMEDIS: scientific model evaluation of dense gas dispersion models
N.C. Daish, R.E. Britter, P.F. Linden, S.F. Jagger, B. Carissimo

52-64Evaluating modelling uncertainty in CFD predictions of building affected dispersion
A.G. Robins, R. Hall, I.R. Cowan, J.G. Bartzis, A. Albergel

65-76The Model Validation Kit - status and outlook
H.R. Olesen

77-88The use of an operational model evaluation system for model intercomparison
K.T. Foster, G. Sugiyama, J.S. Nasstrom, J. M. Leone Jr., S.T. Chan, B.M. Bowen

89-97The ''Tracer Potential'' method of evaluating atmospheric models: main algorithms
Darko Koracin, Vlad Isakov, James Frye

98-105Evaluations of numerical weather prediction (NWP) models from the point of view of inputs required by atmospheric dispersion models
Steven R. Hanna, Ruixin Yang, Xiangtao Yin

106-114Evaluation of statistical models in atmospheric dispersion modelling
P.C. Chatwin, N. Mole

115-121Contrasting methods for validating ADMS using the Indianapolis dataset
D.J. Carruthers, S. Dyster, C.A. McHugh

122-130The 1998 IFDM evaluation with the model validation kit
G. Cosemans, J.G. Kretzschmar

131-142Validation of DIPCOT-II model based on the Kincaid experiment
E. Davakis, J.G. Bartzis, S.G. Nychas

143-150A model evaluation exercise for non-buoyant releases from continuous point sources
A.G. Ulke

151-159The ''MAESTRO system 1.0'': a new modelling system for impact studies over complex terrain
A.A. Dutrieux

160-166Validation of models AEROFOUR and AEROPOL using the model validation kit established at Mol
M. Kaasik

167-175A model for the dispersion of puffs into the planetary boundary-layer
U. Rizza, C. Mangia, G.A. Degrazia, T. Tirabassi

176-185Dispersion modelling intercomparison exercise
E. Davakis, P. Deligiannis

186-197Dispersion from elevated sources above obstacle arrays: modelling requirements
A.G. Robins, P. Hayden, I. Teasdale

198-207Testing of an adaptive puff model for regulatory purposes around As Pontes power plant
J.A. Souto, M. de Castro, J.J. Casares, M.J. Souto, V. Perez-Munuzuri, J.L. Bermudez

208-216Methodologies for atmospheric pollution assessment and the procedures for environmental permits in large combustion plants in Europe
M. Tombrou, D. Founda, V. Tsadari, D. Lalas

217-224Local scale PC-oriented Eulerian pollutant transport model PolTran-1-2
Dimiter G. Atanassov

225-234Intercomparison of Lagrangian stochastic models based on two different PDFs
E. Ferrero, D. Anfossi, G. Tinarelli, M. Tamiazzo

235-245About the plume rise description in the dispersion code SAFE_AIR
E. Canepa, L. Dallorto, C.F. Ratto

246-259Practical use of the ISCST3 model to select monitoring site locations for air pollution control
N.A. Mazzeo, L.E. Venegas

260-266Effects of averaging time on predicted gas concentrations
R.E. Lewis, A.M. Riddle, J.O. Lewis

267-277On some explicit advection schemes for dispersion modelling application
D. Syrakov, M. Galperin

278-286Further development of the French-German dispersion model - SODAR pre-processor
H. Thielen, R. Martens, H. Schnadt, K. Maßmeyer

287-295A Nordic harmonisation effort concerning atmospheric dispersion modelling for real-time accident situations
U. Tveten

296-306Simulation of the second ETEX release in the proximity of the source
R. Bellasio, R. Bianconi, S. Mosca, F. Girardi, G. Graziani, W. Klug

307-315Statistical performance of some dispersion schemes for tracer experiment data at a nuclear power plant
Ion Sandu, Vasile Cuculeanu, Nicolae Romanof, Alexandru Lupu

316-323Monitoring the Bavarian nuclear power plants online applying a Lagrangian model
M. Schorling, H. Eickenbusch, H. Swidersky

324-333Comparative modelling of a passive release from an L-shaped building using one, two and three-dimensional dispersion models
A.G. Venetsanos, J.G. Bartzis, J. Wurtz, D.D. Papailiou

334-342Evaluation of a hybrid model for simulating short term high NOx concentration in Chiba
Y. Okano, K. Ogata, T. Kizu, S. Okamoto

343-353Forecasting air quality in the Greater Athens area for the year 2004: an intercomparison of the results of four different dispersion models
N. Moussiopoulos, S. Papagrigoriou, J.G. Bartzis, K. Nester, H. van den Bergh, G. Theodoridis

354-363The influence of the lateral boundaries and background concentrations on limited area photochemical model simulations
M. Varinou, G. Kallos, V. Kotroni, K. Lagouvardos

364-374Use and validation of ADMS-Urban in contrasting urban and industrial locations
D.J. Carruthers, H.A. Edmunds, A.E. Lester, C.A. McHugh, R.J. Singles

375-381The impact of an airport on regional air quality at Munich, Germany
P. Suppan, J. Graf

382-390A simple and practical model for reactive plumes
L. Delamare, A. Coppalle, M. Gonzalez

391-399EMEP Eulerian model for acid deposition over Europe
K. Olendrzynski, J.E. Jonson, J. Bartnicki, H.A. Jakobsen, E. Berge

400-408Air pollution potential in Buenos Aires city, Argentina
A.G. Ulke

409-417A methodology to estimate NMVOC biogenic emissions: sensitivity analysis and first application in Lombardy
Maria Grazia Longoni, Giuseppe Maffeis

418-424SMOGSTOP: A new way of forecasting ozone concentrations at ground level
G. Lissens, C. Mensink, G. Dumont

425-430Motor vehicle approval in Croatia: costs and benefits
Ivan Mahalec, Zoran Lulic, Dorian Marjanovic

431-442Recent studies to validate and compare atmospheric dispersion models for regulatory purposes in the UK
R. Timmis, S. Wilkinson, D.J. Carruthers, C.A. McHugh

443-452A new Russian regulatory dispersion model ''MEAN'' for calculation of mean annual concentrations and its meteorological pre-processor
E.L. Genikhovich, I.G. Gracheva, P.Ya. Groisman, L.H. Khurshudyan

453-460Setting up a regulatory frame for atmospheric dispersion modelling in Italy: needs, actors and ongoing activities
Mario C. Cirillo, Franco Desiato

461-468Using atmospheric dispersion modelling as a tool in environmental impact statements: the Israeli experience
S. Hassid, Y. Mamane

469-479Intercomparison of different regulatory and Eulerian dispersion models: an application for the electric power plant in Rhodes Island
M. Tombrou, E. Vlahou, E. Bossioli, D. Boucouvala

480-487The seasonal variation of urban air quality in northern European conditions
Jaakko Kukkonen, Mervi Konttinen, Pia Bremer, Timo Salmi, Helena Saari

488-495Investigation of roadside concentrations in busy streets using the model GRAM: conditions leading to high short-term concentrations
Bernard E. A. Fisher, Ranjeet S. Sokhi

496-507Modelling of vehicle-induced turbulence in air pollution studies for streets
P. Kastner-Klein, R. Berkowicz, E.J. Plate

508-516A comprehensive numerical simulation of traffic pollution in a street during one diurnal cycle
Patrice G. Mestayer, Jean-Francois Sini

517-525A comparative study of two-equation turbulence models for simulating microscale wind flow
J. Ehrhard, R. Kunz, N. Moussiopoulos

526-537Flow visualisation and tracer dispersion experiments at street canyon intersections
A. Scaperdas, A.G. Robins, R.N. Colville

538-546Near-field geometry effects on urban street canyon measurements for model validation
Stilianos Rafailidis

547-557Satellite-based estimation of atmospheric stability parameters in urban and remote areas
C. Mensink, K. de Ridder

558-564Intercomparison of methods for parameterising components of the surface energy balance - a summary of Working Group 1 - COST 710 results
U. Pechinger, E. Dittmann, G. Erbes, P. Johansson, A. Karppinen, P. Tercier, L. Musson-Genon, G. Omstedt

565-572The refinement of a meteorological pre-processor for the urban environment
Ari Karppinen, Sylvain M. Joffre, Jaakko Kukkonen

573-580Validation of a mass consistent flow model as part of a decision support system
R. Martens, H. Thielen, T. Sperling, K. Masmeyer

581-587An analysis of the meteorological and air quality conditions during an extreme ozone episode over the north-eastern USA
K. Lagouvardos, G. Kallos, V. Kotroni, S.T. Rao

588-596Using a calculation model to prevent serious air pollution from traffic
P. Segaar, P. Schildwacht

597-606The OFIS model: an efficient tool for assessing ozone exposure and evaluating air pollution abatement strategies
N. Moussiopoulos, P. Sahm

607-615A modelling system for air quality management
C. Borrego, S. Lemos, A.C. Carvalho, M. Coutinho

616-624Evaluation of urban pollution abatement strategies by a photochemical dispersion model
G. Finzi, C. Silibello, M. Volta