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Models for the long distance transport of atmospheric sulfur oxides

David H. Nochumson

Models for the long distance transport of atmospheric sulfur oxides

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmospheric sulphur oxides -- Mathematical models.,
  • Sulphur oxides -- Environmental aspects -- Mathematical models.,
  • Atmospheric diffusion -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid H. Nochumson.
    SeriesOutstanding dissertations on energy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD885.5.S85 N62 1979
    The Physical Object
    Pagination454 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages454
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4751830M
    ISBN 100824039920
    LC Control Number78074994
    OCLC/WorldCa4641559

    Three Earth System models are used to derive surface temperature responses to removal of U.S. anthropogenic SO 2 emissions. Using multicentury perturbation runs with and without U.S. anthropogenic SO 2 emissions, the local and remote surface temperature changes are estimated. In spite of a temperature drift in the control and large internal variability, year simulations Cited by: 4. Chronic high surface ozone (O3) levels and the increasing sulfur oxides (SOx = SO2 +SO4) ambient concentrations over South Coast (SC) and other areas of California (CA) are affected by both local emissions and long-range transport. Dependence of sulfur deposition on emissions and its variation with distance D.A. Perrin The influence of the nonlinear nature of wet scavenging on the proportionality of long term average sulfur deposition P.A. Clark PART V. Results from Long-Range Transport Models Effect of nonlinear sulfur removal coefficients on computed sulfur. Sulfur in the Atmosphere (Atmospheric Environment: Research Papers Progress Reports and Preliminary Communications, Volume 12 No. Pages ) [R.B. Husar, Jr. J.P. Lodge, D.J. Moore] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.


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Modeling of regional-scale pollutant transport (20–2, km) has so far focused mainly on the transport of sulfur oxides (SO x), which are emitted principally from elevated point sources (such as smokestacks) rather than vehicles.

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Chemical transport models and general circulation models. While related general circulation models (GCMs) focus on simulating overall atmospheric dynamics (e.g. fluid and heat flows), a CTM instead focuses on the stocks and flows of one or more chemical rly, a CTM must solve only the continuity equation for its species of interest, a GCM must solve all the.

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To assess air quality constraints and impacts of energy activities, models that account for long-range transport processes, as well as for local effects of meteorological dispersion, are required. At the present state of the art of modeling, separate models. The dry and wet removal pathways are discussed in Chapter 6, which also addresses modeling of atmospheric dispersion, transport, transformation, and removal.

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Oxides of sulfur are important in atmospheric pollution, arising particularly from burning coal. Use the thermodynamic data at 25o C given in the appendix to answer the following questions.

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