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A Deposition Experiment Of SO2, O3 And NH3 In A Suburban Area

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Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/AIR950122

Volume

10

Pages

9

Published

1995

Size

734 kb

Author(s)

R. San Jose, J. Moreno, M. Angeles San Feliu & B. Moreno

Abstract

A deposition experiment of SO^ O^ and NH^ in a suburban area R. San Jose, J. Moreno, M. Angeles San Feliu, B. Moreno Group of Environmental Software and Modelling, Computer Science School, Technical University of Madrid, Montegancedo Campus, Boadilla del Monte - 28660, Madrid, Spain Abstract Deposition processes are a very important part of the atmospheric dispersion models. They can be defined as the removal from the atmosphere of the differ- ent chemical compounds which are deposited over the different surfaces which are found in a complex environment such us urban centers and surroundings. Mesoscale Transport Models use the deposition modules to remove pollutants from the atmosphere and the quality and importance of the deposition parameter- ization processes is out of question. The classical approach of deposition processes into the dispersion models has been based on the so-called "big-leaf' approach which is based on a former version of the resistance technique introduced in

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