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|Title:||Air-Quality Prognosis for the Implementation of Abatement Strategies over Large Urban Areas.|
|Authors:||BIANCONI Roberto; BELLASIO Roberto|
|Citation:||Environmental Monitoring and Assessment vol. 52 no. 1-2|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||For the evaluation of abatement scenarios it is either necessary to embark on extensive monitoring campaigns or to consistently apply numerical models for atmospheric dispersion. The ENVISOR methodology applied here is a mixture of the two approaches. It forecasts pollutant concentrations during real episodes and assesses the impact from the construction of a new highway across a large urban domain of 100x100 qkm. Data from an extensive monitoring network are used to identify real modelling periods and for validating the modelling simulations. The selected periods are aiming to the assessent of "annual mean" or 'episodic' conditions. These periods are short-listed according to the abatement scenario under consideration. This approach yields accurate forecasts for the concentration of pollutants after extensive validation tests extended over the whole domain. It is foreseen that the impact from the highway construction will be minimal for photochemical pollution whereas, higher impact will result for inert pollutants due to additional emissions from the highway.|
|JRC Institute:||Joint Research Centre Historical Collection|
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