2 edition of Urban aerosol modeling found in the catalog.
Urban aerosol modeling
J. R. Brock
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Sciences Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC
Written in English
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History. Luke Howard is considered to have established urban climatology with his book The Climate of London, which contained continuous daily observations from to of wind direction, atmospheric pressure, maximum temperature, and rainfall.. Urban climatology came about as a methodology for studying the results of industrialization and urbanization. Advance praise: 'This excellent book provides a comprehensive introduction and reference to modeling of atmospheric chemistry from two of the pioneering authorities in the field. From the historical motivations through to modern-day approaches, the atmospheric physical, chemical and radiative components of the model framework are described.
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The Aerosol Modeling Testbed is a computational framework designed to systematically and objectively evaluate new aerosol process modules over a wide range of spatial and temporal scales, that also complements existing modeling activities. While the computational framework was designed for aerosols, it can also be used to systematically target meteorological and chemical processes. The authors report on recent progress of on-going research at Arizona State University for tracking aerosol plumes using remote sensing and modeling approaches. ASU participated in a large field experiment, Joint Urban , focused on urban and suburban flows and dispersion phenomena which took place in Oklahoma City during summer Cited by: 2.
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Aerosol particles influence climate directly by the scattering and absorption of solar radiation and indirectly through their role as cloud condensation nuclei, the latter effect comprising the largest uncertainty in radiative forcing. The urban aerosol is dominated by anthropogenic sources.
Aerosol mass concentrations in urban areas range from a few tens of μg/m 3 to 1 mg/m 3 during air pollution episodes in heavily polluted cities in developing countries. Below are photos taken in Guangzhou, China and Mumbai, India, during the air pollution episodes. Introduction.
Recent studies have shown an association between ultrafine particles and adverse health effects: studies on rodents demonstrate that ultrafine particles administered to the lung cause a greater inflammatory response than do larger particles, per given mass (Oberdorster, ); the health effects of the 5-day mean of the number of ultrafine particles were found to be larger Cited by: Renowned atmospheric scientists from the university community and NCAR will teach the science behind atmospheric modeling, covering three main themes; transport, chemistry and aerosols.
The workshop will include interactive exercises in smaller groups to promote a better understanding of how specific processes are represented in models.
Urban aerosol modeling book atmospheric aerosol modeling requirements are governed by several aspects. The models should provide information about the atmospheric mass concentration (mass per volume of air) of different aerosol constituents as well as the aerosol particle number concentration (number of File Size: 1MB.
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Intended for use by the File Size: 1MB. Modeling the impacts of urban aerosol on convection and precipitation. This book assesses the current hypotheses and examines whether the impacts are measurable.
Modeling of flow dynamics. A useful aerosol model must be able to adequately resolve the chemical complexity and phase state of the wide particle size range arising from the many different secondary aerosol growth processes to assess their environmental and health impacts.
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The aerosol modules are coupled with the gas-phase chemical model and are invoked after every gas-phase calculation, thus allowing the use of updated gas-phase precursors concentrations. Aerosol variables are transported using same time steps and algorithms used for gas-phase species.
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This symposium series book will describe the characteristics of atmospheric aerosols, the chemistry of aerosols, and finally the interplay between aerosol modeling and global climate changes using specific case studies.
The book is organized into three sections: Characterization, Chemistry and Modeling of Atmospheric Aerosols. The book is focused on local, urban, regional and intercontinental modeling; data assimilation and air quality forecasting; model assessment and evaluation; aerosol transformation; the relationship between air quality and human health and the effects of climate change on air quality.
The urban heat island (UHI) is a widely observed phenomenon whereby urban environments have higher temperatures and different relative humidities than surrounding suburban and rural areas. Temperature (T) and relative humidity (RH) strongly affect the partitioning of semivolatile species found in the atmosphere, such as nitric acid, ammonia, and by: 9.
Modeling of aerosol transport and deposition in the lung Page Content An early research focus of the laboratory has been on the development of new numerical models of aerosol behavior in the human lung, particularly in the alveolar region of the lung.of semi-volatile inorganic aerosol in an urban environment.
The model uses the efﬂorescence branch of aerosol behavior to predict the equilibrium partitioning of the aerosol components between the gas phase and a size-resolved aerosol population over the entire RH domain. Predictions of SELIQUID are compared against size-resolved composition.aerosol and must be accurately represented in a model of urban/industrial aerosol.
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