Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application I

  • C. De Wispelaere

Part of the NATO · Challenges of Modern Society book series (NATS, volume 1)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Interregional Transport of Air Pollution (Up to Several Hundreds of Kilometers)

  3. Meteorological Parameters for Use in Advanced Air Diffusion Models

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 167-167
    2. H. van Dop, B. J. de Haan, G. J. Cats
      Pages 181-190
    3. Patrick Racher, Robert Rosset, Yves Caneill
      Pages 201-211
    4. A. E. Saab, C. Rolin, V. Villouvier
      Pages 213-222
    5. J. W. Bacon, B. Henderson-Sellers, A. Henderson-Sellers
      Pages 223-233
    6. G. Schayes, M. Cravatte
      Pages 251-265
    7. R. Berkowicz, L. P. Prahm
      Pages 267-278
    8. John D. Reid
      Pages 297-307
    9. R. Steenkist, F. T. M. Nieuwstadt
      Pages 357-367
    10. L. B. Nielsen, L. P. Prahm, R. Berkowicz, K. Conradsen
      Pages 385-399
  4. Advanced Techniques in Air Pollution Modelling, To Take Into Account Complex Terrain, Heavy Gases, Light Wind Conditions

  5. Forecasting of Pollutant Concentration Under Episodic Conditions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 593-593
    2. P. Bacci, A. Longhetto, D. Anfossi
      Pages 595-608
    3. Cl. Demuth, G. Schayes, P. Hecq, M. Cravatte
      Pages 609-619
    4. P. J. H. Builtjes, K. D. van den Hout, C. Veldt, H. J. Huldy, J. Hulshoff, W. Basting et al.
      Pages 621-637
    5. J. M. Fage, G. Gallay, J. Moussafir
      Pages 653-677
  6. Regulatory Applications

About this book


This is the first in a new series of publications arlslng out of the work of the Committee on Challenges of Modern Society of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The CCMS was established in 1969 with a mandate to examine practical ways of improving the exchange of experience among mem­ ber nations of the Alliance in the task of creating a better envir­ onment for their societies. It was charged with considering "spe­ cific problems of the human environment with the deliberate objec­ tive of stimulating action by member governments". It may come as a surprise to some that NATO - generally thought of as being an organization devoted solely to matters of defence - should concern itself with the environment at all. But this is to overlook Article 2 of the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949, which expressly provides that member count ries should contribute towards the furt her development of peaceful and friendly internat­ ional relations by promoting conditions of stability and well­ being. This concern is reflected in many non-military areas, in addition to the environmental one. I wish the present volume, which has been edited by the Bel­ gian Prime Minister's Office for Science Policy Programming, every success.


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  • C. De Wispelaere
    • 1
  1. 1.Prime Ministers Office for Science PolicyNational Research and Development Program on EnvironmentBrusselsBelgium

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