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The DYMOS Model System for the Analysis and Simulation of Regional Air Pollution

  • Achim Sydow
  • Thomas Lux
  • Peter Mieth
  • Matthias Schmidt
  • Steffen Unger
Part of the Fortschritte in der Simulationstechnik im Auftrag der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Simulation (ASIM) book series (XFS)

Abstract

The paper presents results of the development and application of an air pollution simulation system at GMD FIRST which aims to support users in governmental administration and industry with forecasting and operative decision-making as well as short to long-term regional planning. The components of the simulation system are parallelly implemented simulation models for meteorology, transport and air chemistry, data bases for model input and simulation results, as well as a graphic user interface for spatial data visualization. Results will be presented from two recent applications in the regions of Berlin/Brandenburg and Munich (Germany).

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© Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • Achim Sydow
  • Thomas Lux
  • Peter Mieth
  • Matthias Schmidt
  • Steffen Unger

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