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By B. O. Akkoyunlu, M. Tayanç (auth.), Dimitrios Melas, Dimiter Syrakov (eds.)

An realizing of long-range shipping of air pollution within the surroundings calls for a data of the correct atmospheric dynamic and chemical strategies lively on the local scale in addition to the temporal and spatial distribution of emissions. Numerical modeling is the most productive technique to be certain the atmospheric delivery, photochemistry and deposition pathways. The ebook for that reason discusses the actual and chemical procedures that make certain neighborhood pollution and provides the correct modeling thoughts to explain the various atmospheric approaches which are energetic at that scale.

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The meteorological conditions were characterised by heat flux from the sea to the atmosphere, creating an unstable boundary layer over the sea. The measuring activities were concentrated at a group of small of islands known as Ertholmene archipelago in the Baltic Proper (the southern part of the Baltic Sea). Turbulent fluxes of sensible and latent heat and momentum were measured at an 8meter mast placed on a small granite island 1-2 m above sea level with an open sector to the sea of 120° to 300° through south, Figure 1.

The effect is easy to explain, almost apparent, having in mind the not so high spatial resolution (a 25km grid step), which leads to rather smoothed simulated fields. The fact that all the Bulgarian monitoring stations are situated near the big industrial sources or in big cities, and so are not representative enough for the larger-scale pollution pattern of the country, makes the interpretation of these comparisons more difficult. Some additional errors are introduced by the fact that the annual emission course and the foreign pollution sources are not taken into account.

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