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By Carlos Borrego, Ann-Lise Norman

This quantity seeks to hide the newest clinical advancements within the box of pollution modelling. It comprises papers and posters provided on the lawsuits of the Twenty-Seventh NATO/CCMS overseas Technical assembly on pollution Modelling and Its program, November 2004.

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Pohjola, M. , J. Kukkonen, M. Rantamäki, A. Karppinen, E. Berg 2004. 1995. t Research, 9: 75-87. Zilitinkevich, S. and A. Baklanov, 2002. Calculation of the height of stable boundary layers in practical applications. Boundary Layer Meteorology, 105(3): 389-409. Zilitinkevich, S. and A. Baklanov 2004. A simple model of turbulent mixing and wind profile within urban canopy. Manuscript to be submitted to Boundary Layer Meteorology. 38 A. Baklanov et al. FUMAPEX Reports Baklanov, A. ) 2003. FUMAPEX Integrated Systems for Forecasting Urban Meteorology, Air Pollution and Population Exposure – Project Kick-off Meeting and First Progress Report.

Therefore, the only traffic emissions except local roads in the city are used. Model simulations of NO and NO2 for June 21 at 10 and 14UTC are illustrated in Figs 7 and 8. 3. Local Anthropogenic Effects on Photochemical Air Pollution 27 FIGURE 7. NO for June 21st 10 UTC (left) and 14 UTC (right). FIGURE 8. NO2 for June 21st 10 UTC (left) and 14 UTC (right). 5. Conclusions In this study we reported on the ozone conducive days for a selected period. The realistic evaluations of flow fields and potential temperature by MM5 simulations have been shown over Istanbul and surrounding areas.

Incecik Questioner: P. Builtjes Question: Are your calculated NOx concentrations similar to the NOx observations you showed? Answer: Yes, calculated NOx concentrations are similar to the NOx measurements taken at the both side of the city. 4 Forecasting Urban Meteorology, Air Pollution and Population Exposure (European FUMAPEX Project) A. Baklanov, N. Bjergene, B. Fay, S. Finardi, A. Gross, M. Jantunen, J. Kukkonen, A. Rasmussen, A. Skouloudis, L. H. Slørdal, and R. S. Sokhi 1. Introduction The main problem in forecasting urban air pollution is the prediction of episodes with high pollutant concentrations in urban areas, where most of the well-known methods and models based on in situ meteorological measurements, fail to realistically produce the meteorological input fields for the urban air pollution (UAP) models.

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