Dynamical models of pollutant transport in the atmosphere
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In dealing with pollutant transport and diffusion, we need to develop numerical models to reduce the complexity of the phenomena. This paper briefly presents the main characteristics of the different approaches used, attempting to define their field of applicability.
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