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By Øystein Hov (auth.), C. De Wispelaere (eds.)

In 1969 the North Atlantic Treaty association proven the Committee at the demanding situations of recent Society. pollution used to be from the beginning one of many precedence difficulties lower than examine in the framework of the pilot stories undertaken via this Committee. The association of a every year symposium facing pollution modeling and its software is among the major actions in the pilot research with regards to pollution. After being equipped for 5 years by way of the USA and for 5 years through the Federal Republic of Germany, Belgium, represented by means of the top Minister's workplace for technological know-how coverage, turned accountable in 1980 for the association of this symposium. This quantity comprises the papers provided on the 14th Inter­ nationwide Technical assembly on pollution Modeling and its Appli­ cation held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from twenty seventh to thirtieth September 1983. This assembly was once together prepared by means of the top Minister's workplace for technology coverage, Belgium, and the nationwide enterprise of Environmental safety, pollution Laboratory, Ris~ nationwide Laboratory, Denmark. The convention used to be attended through 103 partici­ pants and forty three papers were offered. The participants of the se­ lection committee of the 14th I.T.M. have been A. Berger (Chairman, Belgium), W. Klug (Federal Republic of Germany), okay. Demerjian (United States of America), L. Santomauro (Italy), R. Van Dop (The Netherlands), R.E. Turner (Canada), C. De Wispelaere (Coordinator, Belgium).

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RESULTS Ambient S02 and S04 Concentrations Figure 2 compares the annual average S02 and S04 four receptors. Tne lowest given by the FM2 model due results of the four simi lations for surface concentrations at each of the S02 and highest S04 concentrations are to the doubled conversion rate. fficient (hr-1 ) Summer Winter Summer Winter Wet Transformation Rate (%/h) Summer (all layers) Winter (500 to 1000 m only) S02 Dry Deposition Velocity (em/s) Diurnal Variation Summer Mean Maximum Dry Transformation Rate (%/h) ...

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Canada Memorandum of Intent (MOl 1982). For use in the model, the emissions were aggregated into 519 point sources whose distribution is shown in Figure 1. The wind speed u and fa correspond to a 600 m wind rose derived from rawinsonde observations made during the period 1972-1976 (Niemann 1982). S. and Canada. A typical wind rose, shown in Figure 2, indicates the dominance of westerly, south-westerly flows in Eastern North America (ENA). The average length of dry periods td were taken from Henmi and Reiter (1978) who made the calculations from rainfall data at 61 stations in 1974.

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