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ATMOSPHERIC AIR POLLUTION EMISSIONS


TULBURE MONICA, DOMNICA CIOBANU, IONIŢĂ IRINA
UNIVERSITY OF BACĂU, UNIVERSITY OF IAŞI

Issue:

MOCM, Number 13, Volume III

Section:

Issue No. 13 - Volume III (2007)

Abstract:

Air pollution modelling serves to relate air quality to emissions in a quantitative sense, and provides a better basis for describing areas of exceedance in the entire zone. It also provides additional essential information for the management of the air quality in the zone, as required under the FWD. All three methods or tools provide information with inherent uncertainty. By uncertainty we mean a quantitative measure of the most likely possible deviation of the value from the true value. See the text box below which defines some relevant concepts in this context. Measurements — apart from sampling and analysis errors - may introduce major uncertainties if stations are not representative, meaning that air quality in the surroundings differs substantially from air quality at the station, or that concentrations vary appreciably in time while the measurements have only limited time coverage. Emission inventories can be incomplete or may be based on inaccurate or inappropriate emission factors or activity figures.

Keywords:

atmospheric, emission, models, air, pollution emissions, e, g, source categories.

Code [ID]:

MOCM200713V03S01A0060 [0001845]


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