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By Peter J. H. Builtjes (auth.), Sven-Erik Gryning, Francis A. Schiermeier (eds.)

Proceedings of the Millennium NATO/CCMS overseas Technical assembly on pollution Modeling and its software, held may well 15-19 in Boulder, Colorado.
This quantity is the most recent in a chain of lawsuits courting again to 1971. The booklet addresses the matter of pollution and stories the most recent findings and advancements in pollution modeling, from a really overseas checklist of contributors.

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Emissions modeling, meteorological modeling, photochemical modeling), this paper focuses on the differences in episodic ozone predictions stemming from differences in the meteorological and photochemical components. Emissions used in all modeling results presented here are largely updated versions of the 1995 emissions inventory compiled by the Ozone Transport Assessment Group (OTAG, 1997). , 1997). In addition, to examine the effects of different meteorological inputs on ozone predictions, UAM-V simulations were performed using meteorological fields derived from simulations with two different versions of the MM5 model and the results are compared with those of RAMS3b/UAM-V.

And Coauthors, 2000: An operational evaluation of two regional-scale ozone air quality modeling systems over the Eastern United States. Bull. Amer. Meteor. , In revision SMRAQ, 1997: The SMRAQ project: development and application of a seasonal model for regional air quality. org/SMRAQ/ Systems Applications International, 1995: Users Guide to the Variable Grid Urban Airshed Model (UAM-V). Systems Applications International, San Rafael, CA. Tesche, T. , D. E. G. Wilkinson, C. F. Loomis, and R. A.

But your question raises an important point: one always has to keep in mind the time and space scales that model predictions represent. Our time scale analysis showed that correlations between observations and model predictions on the intra-day time scale and for the amplitude of the diurnal time scale are very weak (see section “Model performance on different time scales” in the paper). This implies that the small spatial scales associated with these higher-frequency fluctuations cannot be resolved adequately by the model; in turn, the observation network is also not consistently dense enough to support higher resolution modeling.

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