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Meteorological Input For Photochemical Modelling In The Milan Region

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/EURO991512

Volume

36

Pages

5

Published

1999

Size

669 kb

Copyright

WIT Press

Author(s)

G. Pirovano, G. Brusasca, G. Calori, F. Desiato, S. Finardi, F. Lena, A. Longhetto and M.G. Morselli

Abstract

Meteorological Input for Photochemical Modelling in the Milan Region A contribution to subproject SATURN G. Pirovano\ G.Brusasca^, G. Caloif, F Desiato*, S. Finardf , F. Lena\ A. Longhetto^ and MG MorsellP *FondazioneLombardia perl' Ambiente, Foro Bonaparte 12, 20121 Milano, Italy ^ENEL/SR - Area Ambiente, via Reggio Emilia 39, 20090 Segrate, Milano, Italy , *ANPA, Ag. Naz. Protezione Ambiente, Via V. Brancati, 48, 00 144 Roma, Italy fv. Xm6f e»fe, vza #. Emz/za JP, 200PO - Agrafe (M9 , 6Universita di Torino, via P. Giuria I, 10125 - Torino, Italy Study framework Photochemical models can be useful tools to reconstruct ozone episodes or to define emission reduction strategies. The aim of this work is the reproduction of meteorological fields, one of the most important inputs required by photochemical models. Attention has been taken for the definition of the 3-

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