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The Importance Of Modelling Fine-Scale Spatial Variability And Local Deposition In The Assessment Of Ammonia Emissions

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/EURO990302

Volume

36

Pages

6

Published

1999

Size

552 kb

Copyright

WIT Press

Author(s)

M.A. Button, U. Dragosits, C. Milford, C.J. Place, D. Fowler, E. Lord, J. Webb, J. Hill, H.M. ApSimon, B. Loubet and P. Cellier

Abstract

The Importance of Modelling Fine-Scale Spatial Variability and Local Deposition in the Assessment of Ammonia Emissions A contribution to subproject GENEMIS M.A. Button', U. Dragosits''^, C. Milford\ C.J. Place', D. Fowler', E. Lord', J. Webb', J. Hill*, H.M. ApSiiW, B. Loubet^ and P. Cellier^ ' Institute of Terrestrial Ecology (ITE), Edinburgh Research Station, ^Department of Geography, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK * ADAS Wolverhampton, Woodthorne, Wergs Road, Wolverhampton, England, UK. * Imperial College Centre for Environmental Technology, London, UK. ^National Institute for Agronomic Research (INRA), Unit ofBioclimatology, Thiverval Grignon, France Introduction Atmospheric ammonia (NHg) is a pollutant with effects both from long-range atmospheric transport and local dispersion away from sources. While course- scale modelled NHs emission in

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