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         Air Dispersion Modeling:     more books (45)
  1. Air Dispersion Modeling: Air Dispersion Model Articles, European Environment Agency, Air Pollution, List of Atmospheric Dispersion Models
  2. Measurements and three-dimensional modeling of air pollutant dispersion in an Urban Street Canyon [An article from: Atmospheric Environment] by M.Y. Tsai, K.S. Chen, 2004-11-01
  3. Roadway Air Dispersion Modeling: Air Pollutant, Computer Model, Line Source, Atmospheric Dispersion Model, Air Quality
  4. Procedures for air dispersion modeling at Superfund sites (SuDoc EP 4.8:AI 7/6/V.5/995) by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1995
  5. Air dispersion modeling at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (EEG) by Dale F Rucker, 2000
  6. Air dispersion modeling of toxic pollutants in urban areas guidance, methodology, and example applications (SuDoc EP 4.8:D 63) by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1999
  7. Three-dimensional modeling of air flow and pollutant dispersion in an urban street canyon with thermal effects.(TECHNICAL PAPER): An article from: Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association by Mong-Yu Tsai, Kang-Shin Chen, et all 2005-08-01
  8. Research of air aerosol dispersion using numerical modeling system: MM5/WRF-CAMx4 application to the aerosol abatement strategy by Mikhail Titov, 2009-02-26
  9. Air Quality Index: Indice Metropolitano de la Calidad del Aire, Air pollution, Air Pollution Index, Atmospheric dispersion modeling, Barbecue, Grilling, ... mitigation, European emission standards
  10. A Specialty Conference on : Dispersion Modeling from Complex Sources, April 7-9, 1981, St. Louis, Missouri by Edward R.; Air Pollution Control Association Editors Frederick, 1981
  11. Dispersion modeling of mercury emissions from coal-fired power plants at Coshocton and Manchester, Ohio.(Report): An article from: The Ohio Journal of Science by Sang-Sup Lee, Tim C. Keener, 2008-09-01
  12. GIS-based estimation of exposure to particulate matter and N[O.sub.2] in an urban area: stochastic versus dispersion modeling.(Research): An article from: Environmental Health Perspectives by Josef Cyrys, Matthias Hochadel, et all 2005-08-01
  13. Coupling of the Weather Research and Forecasting Model with AERMOD for pollutant dispersion modeling. A case study for PM10 dispersion over Pune, India [An article from: Atmospheric Environment] by A.P. Kesarkar, M. Dalvi, et all 2007-03-01
  14. Monte Carlo-based dispersion modeling of off-gassing releases from the fumigant metam-sodium for determining distances to exposure endpoints [An article from: Atmospheric Environment] by D.A. Sullivan, M.T. Holdsworth, et all 2004-05-01

101. Sage Environmental Services
An environmental consulting company based in Texas (with offices in Richardson, Austin and Beaumont)who offer services in air dispersion modeling, air permitting and compliance, risk management plans and offsite consequence analyses.

102. Aromatrix Pte Ltd
An odour control/abatement/design consultancy located in Singapore whose services include air dispersion modeling.

103. Weiss Associates
An environmental engineering, science and management firm headquartered in Emeryville, California, USA whose air quality services include air dispersion modeling.

104. Liase Environmental, Inc.
A consulting firm based in Dallas, Texas, USA offering air quality permitting and related environmental services including air dispersion modeling.

105. Argent Consulting Services
An environmental engineering and consulting firm headquartered in Houston, Texas, USA and offering services in air dispersion modeling, air permitting and compliance, and risk management plans.

106. ETS, Inc
An evironmental consulting, design and training company based in Roanoke, Virginia, USA whose services include air dispersion modeling, air permitting and compliances studies.

107. MWH Global, Inc.
An international environmental consulting, engineering and construction company with headquarters in Broomfield, Colorado, USA that is a merger of Montgomery Watson with Harza Engineering. Their services include air dispersion modeling, air permitting and compliance, odor evaluation and control, risk assessments and management, and emission inventories.

108. PCR Services
An environmental consulting firm based in Southern California, USA, whose services include air dispersion modeling, stationary source permitting, and emission inventories, allotments, and mitigations.

109. Stanley Environmental, Inc.
An environmental consulting firm based in Coraville, Iowa, USA and a subsidiary of the Stanley Group. Their services include air permitting, risk management plans, emission inventories and air dispersion modeling.

110. Air Noise Environment Pty. Ltd.
Environmental consultancy based in Brisbane, Australia specializing in stack emission testing and air dispersion modeling using AUSPLUME, CAL/AUSPUFF, ISC3, TAPM and AERMOD with particular emphasis on air dispersion from tunnels.

111. Woodard And Curran
A multioffice environmental consulting firm headquartered in Portland, Maine, USA whose services include air dispersion modeling, air permitting and compliance, air toxics studies and risk management plans.

112. AirNova, Inc.
Services include stack testing, stationary source isokinetic sampling, continuous emission monitoring, compliance permitting, air toxics pollution emission sampling, ambient air quality dispersion modeling.

113. MET Associates
Providing expert testimony and litigation support for forensic meteorology, air pollution modeling, air dispersion analysis, and toxic tort cases. Based in Texas.

114. Pinchin Environmental Ltd.
Canadian firm describes its services in and offers information on environmental risk management including Phase I and II environmental site assessment, remediation, indoor air quality, dispersion modeling, and auditing.

115. Software Utilities And Modeling Software Top Page
California Line Source dispersion Model (CALINE4) U.S. EPA's Library of air Quality modeling User's Guides

116. UCR Air Quality Modeling Group
The mechanical engineering department of the University of California at Riverside (UCR) has an air quality modeling group performing research in the development and application of smallscale dispersion models, as well as the development of simplified and comprehensive photochemical models.

117. Trinity Consultants
Offers consulting, software, and training in air quality, including dispersion modeling, permitting, and compliance assessments. Dallas, Texas.

118. U.S. EPA's Air Quality Modeling Group
The Group is responsible for leadership on the full range of the EPA's air dispersion models. It also serves as the focal point on modeling techniques for other EPA headquarters staff, Regional Offices, and State and local agencies. The names, email addresses and functions of all the key personnel in the Group are provided.

119. Certified Consulting Meteorologists
Provides directories by state and by speciality of the Certified Consulting Meteorologist members of the American Meteorological Society, many of whom specialize in air pollution dispersion modeling analyses and studies.

120. Risoe National Laboratory, Denmark
The Atmospheric Transport Exchange section of the Risoe laboratory performs research into boundarylayer meteorology and atmospheric turbulence, and into environmental problems related to the transport of airborne pollutants. Typical research tasks are dispersion of smoke puffs and plumes; dispersion of heavier-than-air plumes; and real-time dispersion modeling for emergency managing support.

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