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  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

121. Finnish Meteorological Institute
The activities of the air Quality Research department at the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) include atmospheric dispersion modeling for urban air quality, regional and longrange transport, and accidents involving hazardous materials.

122. NOAA's Air Resources Laboratory (ARL)
Within the U.S.'s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the ARL conducts research on the transport, dispersion, transformation, and removal of atmospheric pollutants leading to the development of air quality and dispersion models. The ARL also supports other U.S. agencies. In particular, the ARL's Atmospheric Turbulence Diffusion Division (ATTD) and Atmospheric Sciences modeling Division (ASMD) support the U.S. EPA in developing regulatory air dispersion models.

123. Workbook On Atmospheric Dispersion Estimates
The revised second edition of D. Bruce Turner's book provides an understanding of dispersion modeling as currently practiced. The book and accompanying diskette explain how to determine the impact of air pollution sources; the effects of wind, turbulence and plume rise; and Gaussian dispersion and its limitations.

124. The CHARM Research Program
The George Mason University in Virginia has a research program called CHARM (Coordinated Hazardous Atmospheric Release modeling). The focus of the program, funded by the U.S. Defense Department, is on atmospheric transport and dispersion of releases of nuclear, biological, and chemical agents. A wide range of available air dispersion models will be acquired and evaluated.

125. Pacific Air And Environment
A consultant group, headquartered in Brisbane, Australia with satellite offices in Melbourne and Sydney, who offer air quality modeling and emissions estimation services. The air dispersion models used include models developed in Australia (AUSPLUME, AUSPUFF and TAPM) as well as models developed in the USA (ISC3, AERMOD, CALPUFF and CALINE4).

126. Modeling is a part of the Software Solutions Environmental Services Company headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. They offer a suite of services to environmental industry and government agencies concerned with local, mesoscale, and regional meteorological and air quality modeling as well as air pollution dispersion modeling.

127. Applied Modeling Inc. (AMI)
Consultants (in Woodland Hills, California, USA) who offer services in dispersion modeling (using ISCST3 model); regional air quality modeling (for ozone and for particulate matter); urban airshed modeling; and accidental release modeling (using ALOHA, CAMEO, SLAB, DEGADIS and SCREEN models).

128. Source Environmental Science
An environmental consulting firm, located in Houston, Texas, USA, whose air quality services include air pollution dispersion modeling, air emission inventories, and air permitting.

129. Discussion Forum - Dispersion Modeling Of Air
com/forums/forumdisplay.php3?forumid=14) dispersion modeling of air dispersionmodeling (http//

130. Tech Environmental Inc. (TEI)
Located in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, TEI provides consulting for air quality and noise issues. Their services include permit applications; siting and feasibility studies; environmental impact assessments; and technical support tasks such as air dispersion and noise modeling, planning, and monitoring.

131. Air Pollution Dispersion Modeling
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132. ENVIRON Environmental Consultants
An international firm (headquartered in Novato, California, USA) offering services in dispersion modeling of emissions from industrial plants and hazardous waste sites; air toxics impact studies; air pollution compliance assistance; emergency release modeling and consequence analysis; regional modeling of photochemical reactive plumes and of particulate matter; and visibility models.

133. Air Pollution Dispersion Modeling
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134. Air Pollution Dispersion Modeling
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136. Book Air Pollution Dispersion Modeling
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137. Pacific Environmental Services (PES)
Nationwide company headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, USA. The PES modeling section specializes in developing, evaluating, and applying air pollution dispersion models. PES was involved in developing the U.S. EPA's dispersion models, such as ISC3, SCREEN3, and SCREEN. PES has also been involved in developing the new AERMIC Model (AERMOD), to be proposed by EPA as a regulatory model.

138. Re Book Air Pollution Dispersion Modeling
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139. Mike Lyons And Associates
Consultants located in Balwyn, Victoria, Australia. Services offered include air pollution plume dispersion modeling using the Australian EPAs latest AUSPLUME package as required under the State Environment Protection Policy (SEPP).

140. Researchers Forum - Dispersion Modeling Of Air Pollutant
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