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Prediction of concentration patterns in the surface layer under barotropic and adiabatic conditions

Vorhersage der Konzentrationsverteilung in der bodennahen Luftschicht bei barotropen und adiabatischen Bedingungen

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A method ff predicting the concentration patterns in the surface layer (SL) on the basis of synoptic information is suggested. Adiabatic and barotropic conditions are assumed. Formulas are suggested for computation of the concentration distribution by continuous point, line, and surface sources depending on the data of numerical weather prediction (NWP).

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Es wird eine Methode für die Vorhersage der Konzentrationsverteilung in den bodennahen Luftschichten auf Grund der synoptischen Information vorgeschlagen. Dabei werden adiabatische und barotrope Bedingungen angenommen. Es werden Formeln zur Berechnung der von kontinuierlichen Punkt-, Linien- und Flächenquellen ausgehenden Konzentrationsverteilung als Funktion der numerischen Wettervorhersage entwickelt.

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Yordanov, D. Prediction of concentration patterns in the surface layer under barotropic and adiabatic conditions. Arch. Met. Geoph. Biokl. A. 22, 285–295 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02247548

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  • Climate Change
  • Waste Water
  • Surface Layer
  • Water Management
  • Water Pollution