Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application XV

  • Carlos Borrego
  • Guy Schayes

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Role of Atmospheric Models in Air Pollution Policy and Abatement Strategies

  3. Integrated Regional Modelling

    1. Alexander Baklanov, Artashes Aloyan
      Pages 45-57
    2. Ana C. Carvalho, Anabela Carvalho, Alexandra Monteiro, Carlos Borrego, Ana I. Miranda, Ivan R. Gelpi et al.
      Pages 59-68
    3. Tomas Halenka, Josef Brechler, Jan Bednar
      Pages 79-85
    4. Sunhee Lee, Martin Cope, Kevin Tory, Dale Hess, Yuk L. Ng
      Pages 95-104
    5. Peter Suppan, Andreas N. Skouloudis
      Pages 115-123
    6. Itsushi Uno, Koji Ishihara, Zifa Wang, Gregory R. Carmichael, Marina Baldi
      Pages 125-135
    7. M. Varinou, F. Gofa, G. Kallos, M. O’Connor, G. Tsiligiridis
      Pages 137-145
    8. Meigen Zhang, Itsushi Uno, Zifa Wang, Hajime Akimoto
      Pages 147-155
    9. Christopher Fung, Hin-Chung Lau, Linda Yu, 1Kenneth Leung, Alick Chang
      Pages 157-165
    10. Umit Anteplioğlu, Sema Topcu, Selahattin Incecik
      Pages 167-175
    11. Cecilia Soriano, Oriol Jorba, José M. Baldasano
      Pages 177-185
  4. Global and Long-Range Transport

    1. Helen M Ap Simon, Rachel F Warren, Antonio Mediavilla-Sahagun
      Pages 189-199
    2. Jérôme Chenevez, Alexander Baklanov, Jens H. Sørensen
      Pages 201-209
    3. Sarath K. Guttikunda, James J. Yienger, Narisara Thongboonchoo, Gregory R. Carmichael, Hiram Levy II, David G. Streets
      Pages 211-219
    4. Dimiter Syrakov, Maria Prodanova
      Pages 221-229
  5. Regional Air Pollution and Climate

    1. Maarten van Loon, Peter Builtjes, Gerrit de Leeuw
      Pages 233-242
  6. New Developments

    1. Johannes Flemming, Eberhard Reimer, Rainer Stern
      Pages 255-263
    2. Eugene Genikhovich, Irene Gracheva, Elena Filatova
      Pages 275-283
    3. Andry A. Dudatiev, Yuliya Y. Podobna, Pavlo A. Molchanov, Tatyana G. Holyeva
      Pages 311-318
    4. M. Talat Odman, Maudood Khan, Ravi Srivastava, D. Scott McRae
      Pages 319-328
    5. Ioannis A. Kioutsioukis, Andreas N. Skouloudis
      Pages 337-345
    6. Bruce Ainslie, D.G. Steyn
      Pages 347-355
    7. Maffeis G., Bellasio R., Scire J.S., Longoni M.G., Bianconi R., Quaranta N.
      Pages 365-373
    8. Marija Zlata Boznar, Primoz Mlakar
      Pages 375-383
    9. Koen De Ridder, Clemens Mensink
      Pages 395-401
  7. Model Assessment and Verification

    1. Laurent Delobbe, Olivier Brasseur, Jan Matthijsen, Clemens Mensink, Ferd J. Sauter, Guy Schayes et al.
      Pages 425-433
    2. Bernard Fisher, Matt Ireland
      Pages 435-443
    3. Osvaldo L. L. Moraes, Rita C. M. Alves, Rodrigo Silva, Adriano C. Siqueira, Patrícia D. Borges, Tiziano Tirabassi et al.
      Pages 465-472
    4. R. San José, J. L. Pérez, J.I. Peña, I. Salas, R.M. González
      Pages 473-481
    5. Sotiris Vardoulakis, Bernard Fisher, Norbert Gonzalez-Flesca, Koulis Pericleous
      Pages 483-491

About this book


In 1969 the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) established the Committee on Challenges of Modern Society (CCMS). The subject of air pollution was from the start, one of the priority problems under study within the framework of various pilot studies undertaken by this committee. The organization of a periodic conference dealing with air pollution modelling and its application has become one of the main activities within the pilot study relating to air pollution. These international conferences were successively organized by the United States (first five); Federal Republic of Germany (five); Belgium (five); The Netherlands (four) and Denmark (five). With this one Portugal takes over the duty. This volume contains the papers and poster abstracts presented at the NATO/CCMS International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modelling and Its Application held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, during 15-19 October 2001. This ITM was jointly organized by the University of Aveiro, Portugal (Pilot country) and by the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium (host country). The ITM was attended by 78 participants representing 26 countries from Western and Eastern Europe, North and South America, Asia, Australia and Africa. The main topics of this ITM were : Role of Atmospheric Models in Air Pollution Policy and Abatement Strategies; Integrated Regional Modelling; Global and Long-Range Transport; Regional Air Pollution and Climate; New Developments; and Model Assessment and Verification.


Aerosol Cloud Scale Smog satellite

Editors and affiliations

  • Carlos Borrego
    • 1
  • Guy Schayes
    • 2
  1. 1.University of AveiroAveiroPortugal
  2. 2.Catholic University of LouvainLouvain-la-NeuveBelgium

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