Modelling Activity in the Framework of the National Project “Transformation of Air-Pollution, Modelling its Transport and Dispersion”
In the framework of the presented activity a spatial distribution of tropospheric ozone is modelled. An overview of the ozone distribution will be given for local modelling study with very high resolution. Model results will be tested against measured data that will be collected both from field campaigns and from existing monitoring networks. Within this modelling activity results of some formerly and simultaneously solved projects can be also used.
KeywordsModelling Activity Tropospheric Ozone Field Campaign Meteorological Model Photochemical Smog
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